Purim does not have any epic miracles…in the Purim story, things turned out positively, and we consciously choose to see the miracle. We recognize that the chronicle is a disguise for G-d’s influence.
On Purim we dress up, we put on masks, and we act like someone we are not.
Everyone and everything has a mask. The challenge is to not be distracted by the façade but to look for the essence.
We acknowledge that outward appearance and behaviour are a diversion. What we initially perceive is just the surface of what is really going on.
On Purim, we are reminded that we should seek a truer version of what we initially observe.– Rabbi Shmulik Yeshayahu
However, while things are concealed, that is not the ideal state of things. The goal is to reveal the hidden.
On Purim, we are reminded that we should seek a truer version of what we initially observed.
In others, in ourselves, and in the events happening around us – uncover the essence.