Don’t forget the four mitzvot of Purim,
carefully observed for centuries!
1) Hear the Megillah
a sing-song chant from a parchment scroll. Be sure to hear it both Purim night (Saturday, March 11 night) and Purim day (Sunday, March 12).
Give gifts of food
Ensure your friends and neighbors
catch the Purim spirit by sending a package with at least two types of food to one or more of your fellows.
Don’t forget about our poorest brethren –
share the Purim joy by giving any amount to at least two impoverished folk, or donating to at least two different charities.
Eat a festive meal
Celebrate properly at a real Purim feast!
Sit down with your family, sing Purim songs, and be merry!
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