Purim teaches us to see God's hand in the dark
Why will Purim, unlike most other Jewish holidays, be celebrated in the world to come?
Purim is often thought of only as a holiday of silliness and merrymaking. We dress up in costumes, have some drinks, and celebrate Mordechai and Esther’s victory of over evil Haman. But Purim has a deeper spiritual significance. According to one Midrash, Purim, unlike almost all other Jewish holidays, will still be celebrated in the world to come.
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