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The Hidden Script of Your Life: Purim’s Message, 2/24/10 Purim


Purim’s Message
Is your life disjointed or cohesive? As you live from day to day, do you ever feel that in your struggle for survival you may be missing the bigger picture? Does the minutiae of your schedule (work, pressures) shroud your larger priorities — like finding love and building a relationship? In time of pain and anguish, are you able to recognize that these dark moments may be part of a greater story? Can you see the thread that connects the fragments of your journey, or do you just move from moment to moment, trying to make the best of what comes your way?

Long before Kierkegaard wrote that “you can only understand life backwards, but we must live it forwards,” we have the story of Purim that tells us about the exactly that message: While experiencing life we cannot see the hidden script that connects the dots. But in retrospect a pattern emerges as we discover the underlying narrative that leads to salvation. G-d’s name is never mentioned in the entire Megillah (the Purim scroll), emphasizing that the Divine Choreographer remains behind the scenes, even as He orchestrates a series of events, which may appear random to us, when in fact they are frames of a larger drama unfolding.

Please join Rabbi Jacobson as he teaches us, in this pre-Purim class, how to discern the hidden narrative playing itself out in our lives today. How to see the forest for the trees. Discover methods that allow you to transcend the moment and connect it to the birds’ eye vision of your life story. Learn how to tap into the power of Purim and transform your life.

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