“Do not imagine that you, of all the Jews, will escape by being in the king’s palace. For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place — and you and your father’s house will perish. And who knows, perhaps you have attained a royal position just for such a time as this?”
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Keshet wants to help make your Purim gatherings deliciously joyous, celebratory, and respectful of queer identities. Check out our new resource to make this year's festivities unforgettable and affirming!
Read Ariella Assouline's poignant essay about what her coming out story and Esther's story have in common.
The definitive guide to the best hamantaschen for your zodiac sign.
Dive into this text study compiled by Keshet staff with a friend. Study these words and discover your own personal revelations!
Nate loves aliens and he really wants to wear an alien costume for Purim, but his friends are all dressing as superheroes and he wants to fit in. What will he do? With the help of his two dads he makes a surprising decision.
Purim is about movement from the covert to the overt: each character has something to hide and later to reveal.
A D’var Torah for Purim by Rabbi Micah Buck-Yael
Created by Cantor Melissa Berman of West End Synagogue in NYC.