Rabbi Sara Y. Sapadin
Celebrating Purim as a family is one of the whimsical joys of Jewish living and parenting. It’s probably the only time during the year when you and your children can walk into services and scream – on purpose – and no one will care. In fact, we’re invited to make noise and make our voices heard. Imagine that! It’s just that kind of atmosphere – raucous, loud, chaotic bliss.
Purim is messiness personified. It’s like coloring out of the lines and painting on the walls. It’s like making spaghetti sauce art and starting a water fight, all wrapped up in one topsy-turvy day. We dress up...Read More
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