Read through Rabbi Arking's Q&A before the holiday in order to experience your Purim in the most correct way possible!
Just as we celebrate every year the victory on Purim, so too we commemorate and pray for the continued salvation of our people worldwide on every level on Taanit Esther.
Try some simple and savory treats to give out as gifts to family and friends this holiday.
Rabbi Moshe Cordevero, z”l writes that God’s character is unlike that of mankind.
If Teshuvah is motivated by love for God, then the most severe transgression is now considered a mitzvah.
If a person truly wishes that he had not sinned, then God relates to him as if he had not done so.
Many learned about Tzom Gedaliah in the past, but seem to forget the importance of this day and why we fast in the first place.
The Chassidic Rebbe, Rabbi Tzadok HaKohen of Lublin, zt”l explains that the commandments of the Torah are not mere arbitrary decrees of a king.
Each sin which a person performs creates a destructive angel.
Hashem repeatedly forgives them for all their sins, the thousandth time just like the first.