Purim marks the Jewish people’s deliverance from a royal death decree around the fourth century BCE, as told in the Book of Esther. Many Jewish people, especially children, in the United States use this event as an opportunity to listen to the Megilla (or Megillah) to relive the events that are told about the story of Esther, Mordecai and Haman. It is customary to twirl graggers (Purim noisemakers) and stamp one's feet when Haman’s name is mentioned.
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Opening | By Sharon Wylie | March 3, 2015 | From WorshipWebTagged as: Connections, Evil, Generations, Good, History, Judaism, Purim, Unitarian Universalism