Putting it together…

Give gifts of food to your friends. It’s a great conversation starter… and it’s a win-win situation, making everyone feel warm and fuzzy. This is one of the mitzvahs of Purim day.

So if you’ve been following the blog throughout this past week, here’s a useful sentence that puts it all together:

מִצְוָה בְּפוּרִים לְשַׂמֵּחַ חֲבֵרִים בְּמִשְׁלוֹחַ מָנוֹת. (meets-VAH be-foo-REEM le-sah-MEH-ah hah-veh-REEM be-mish-LOH-ah mah-NOHT). This means, It’s a mitzvah on Purim to delight your friends with gift deliveries.

It’s also a mitzvah to gladden the hearts of the poor by helping them take care of their basic needs – by giving them some cash on Purim, and throughout the year.

Have a great Purim!

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