Purim Kattan is greater then Purim

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    SayIDidIt™
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    In a way…

    Chazal said “Kol haposhit yad nosnim lo”, on Purim, anyone who puts out his hand, we give him. Meaning, Purim we give to anyone who requests without asking (too many questions)

    Chazal also say that the same is true with Hashem. All year we ask for things and Hashem checks if we are deserving or not. But on Purim, kol haposhet yad, anyone who asks – nosnim lo, Hashem grants his request!

    Now, this is a very risky option. If everyone would ask for all there needs on Purim, Hashem will “have to” give it to them. So, we were given the Mitzvah of “Ad delo yado”, to drink on Purim! This way. everyone will be so busy and dizzy they will forget to ask!!

    Now, what about Purim Kattan? Seforim bring down that on Purim Kattan, if you ask from Hashem, nosnim lo! And there is no din of drinking on Purim Kttan (sorry! well, maybe a revis but NOT a pus’ka!!!) so we have the chance to ask from Hashem and He will give it!

    So don’t waste this Friday! Say Tehillim, daven with more kavanah and ask Hashem for all your needs and Klal Yisroel’s needs and Hashem’s needs-to take the Shechina out of galus and bring Moshiach!!!!

    (I had a thought of my own: many times Purim Kattan falls out on Friday, Erev Shabbos. Maybe Hashem did that so we should be too busy preparing for Shabbos and forget the importance of this day…)

    Many all our Teffilos be answered.

    SiDi™

    #1138286

    🍫Syag Lchochma
    Participant

    I am so grateful to you for this post. So often I hear about the eis ratzon of days that have already past. This time I saw it in advance, and I even have off on Friday so I just have to daven that I remember this. Thank you and tizke l’mitzvos!!

    #1138287

    oomis
    Participant

    SIDI – beautiful post. AMEIN v’AMEIN!

    #1138288

    Beautiful!

    #1138289

    frumhersh
    Member

    SiDi

    Thank you.

    Do you know the source for it.

    Tizku Lemitsvos!

    #1138290

    Snagged
    Participant

    “Seforim bring down”

    Well, that has convinced me.

    #1138291

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    Syag Lchochma, I know exactly what you mean! I heard this vort last Adar Aleph on Shushan Purim, and no, not in Yerushalayim!

    oomis and Gryffindorable Girl, thanks!

    frumhersh, thanks as well and I will try to find a source.

    Snagged, welcome back to the CR!! As I said, I will try to find a source.

    SiDi™

    #1138292

    twisted
    Participant

    “Now, this is a very risky option”

    ??? ? ?????? How often hashkafic litter is “brought down in the seforim”

    #1138293

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    twisted, I was using my own phrase to bring out a point. Hashem can give everything, He is unlimited and can dispense Brochos with no end.

    However, Hashem doesn’t a;ways “want” to pour riches and a lot of good on people for many different reasons. Some for a test, some for punishment in this world and 100,000,000 other reasons He has.

    But He also gave us Purim and Kol haposet yad, so Hashhem made a distraction so that we miss the opportunity.

    This is my understanding of what I was taught and from Sheorim I heard.

    (Please note, I have not slept in 36 hours [or maybe more…] so if something doesn’t look 100%, you can blamme it on that…)

    SiDi™

    #1138294

    SiDi: Very, very nice. I really appreciated that!

    (I could sleep for you, SiDi ben/bas ????)

    #1138295

    twisted
    Participant

    SiDi, don’t operate heavy machinery while unfit.

    #1138296

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    Happy Purim Koton/GADOL!!!!

    SiDi™

    #1138297

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    don’t operate heavy machinery

    I don’t think anythhing I wrote was too “heavy”. I do think you’re being a bit “twisted”…

    🙂

    #1138298

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    Now I understand:

    twisted

    Interests

    coffee room arguments.

    Enjoy Purim Koton Meshulash!!!

    SiDi™

    #1138299

    🍫Syag Lchochma
    Participant

    Sidi – thank you again!!!!! I am going to go now to bake challah so I can do the mitzvah of hafrashas challah with Purim Katan kavanah! All in your zchus!

    #1138300

    Sam2
    Participant

    Can I ask where Chazal say that Hashem gives you everything you ask for on Purim?

    #1138301

    squeak
    Participant

    Who needs kol hapoishet yad once a year when I can buy yeshuois any day of the week?

    #1138302

    oomis
    Participant

    I just read the following today:

    “THERE IS A MISHNA IN MEGILLAH THAT SAYS “EIN BAIN ADAR RISHON L’ADAR SHENIE ELE KRIAS MEGILLAH UMATONAS LEVYONIM BILVAD”; THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FIRST ADAR AND THE SECOND ADAR ONLY THAT YOU CAN NOT DO YOUR OBLIGATION OF READING MEGILLAH AND PRESENTS FOR THE POOR.

    THE POWER OF PRAYER REMAINS EXACTLY THE SAME; HOWEVER, BY THE FIRST ADAR THE RABBIS DID NOT MAKE AN OBLIGATION TO DRINK.”

    So just as the koach hatefilah is so great on Purim, likewise, it has the same koach on Purim Katan.

    #1138303

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Squeak, Purim is when you get the money to pay for the yeshuois you buy the rest of the year.

    #1138304

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    Sam, I am not as big of a Talmid Chacham as you, but I heard the Mordechai says the Kol haposhet yad goes on Hashem as well. I also saw it in the Nesivas Shalom (Slonim)

    SiDi™

    #1138305

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    squeak and DaasYochid, very cute!!

    SiDi™

    #1138306

    👑RebYidd23
    Participant

    Cute is for teddy bears with bows. Arrgh.

    #1138307

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    just popping in to give my 2 cents

    i dont know about you sidi, but i think ad dlo yada is during the seudah specifically, which happens after shachris and mincha, therefore you have all three tefillos before you get drunk. additionally to address oomis (and you along too sidi) matanos l’evyonim is where we learn kol haposhet yad nosnin lo, therefore if it doesnt apply in adar rishon it doesnt apply for our tefillos too

    sorry for being a wet blanket

    #1138308

    ItcheSrulik
    Member

    SiDi: The hashkafic problem is not the idea that Hashem’s brachos will be used up ch’v (though that is assur to believe as well.) The problem with the vort you posted is that it implies that we human beings can “force” Hashem to give us something by asking at a particular time and a particular way. He can say “no” on Purim, at neilah, or — dare I say it — after 40 days at someone’s grave as well.

    #1138309

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    ItcheSrulik, what about Moshe Rabbenu? If he would have asked one more time, Hashem would have “had to” allow him into Eretz Yisroel. This is the power of Tefilla! By davening we can, in a way, make Hashem do something that He “doesn’t want to.”

    This I found from Rabbi Shalom Arush:

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    I will try to find the Mordechai that I mentioned above.

    #1138310

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    ItcheSrulik, what about Moshe Rabbenu? If he would have asked one more time, Hashem would have “had to” allow him into Eretz Yisroel. This is the power of Tefilla! By davening we can, in a way, make Hashem do something that He “doesn’t want to.”

    This I found from Rabbi Shalom Arush:

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    ??? ???? ?? ???? ??? ?????? – ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ???????? ??? ??? ????? ?? ???? ????? ?????? ??? ?? ?????? ??????, ????? ??????? ????? ?????? ?? ???? ?????? ??? ???? ?????, ??? ??? ???? ????? ?????? ????? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ????? ?????? ???????? ????? ?? ?????, ????? ?? ?? ?????? ????????. ?? ????? ??? ???? ?????? ????? ??, ???? ?????? ??????? ??, ?????? ????? ?? ??

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    I will try to find the Mordechai that I mentioned above.

    #1138311

    👑RebYidd23
    Participant

    Mordechai can be found where he is.

    #1138312

    kapusta
    Participant

    Now that this thread is almost at the bottom of the page… Something always bothers me (for lack of a better term) with mention of a specific Eis Ratzon. Between everything, sometimes the other Eis Ratzon of sitting on your couch on any random day with something on your mind seems to take a back seat. Its not a matter of getting it in to meet a deadline– there is no deadline.

    (And on a related note, sometimes the best davening is saying one line that you want to daven but cant). Just an opinion…

    Thanks for posting SIDI

    *kapusta*

    #1138313

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    #1138314

    147
    Participant

    many times Purim Kattan falls out on Friday, Purim Kotton can only be on a Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday.

    It occurs 7/19 of years, Friday indeed being most frequent day, Sunday being ever so marginally more often than on Tuesday, and on a Wednesday exceedingly rarely [approximately 4 time a century].

    #1138315

    pcoz
    Member

    Povidl Purim is greater than Purim Katan.

    #1138316

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    Ah Freilechen Purim Kattan!

    SiDi™

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