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Ad dlo yada (ahd dlo yah-dah) — lit., Until he doesn't know; the commandment to get somewhat drunk on Purim until one doesn't know the difference between "Cursed is Haman" and "Blessed is Mordechai" means that one's essence should be on a high enough spiritual level that, even when one's mind is impaired by alcohol, one can see God's hand in the actions of both the evil Haman and the good Mordechai
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Purim: Ad Dlo Yada
Getting Drunk Ad Dlo Yada
The idea of getting drunk ad dlo yada is that, even when optimal...

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