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Rabbi Benjamin Hecht
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Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chaim 429:1 states that thirty days before Pesach, we are to discuss the laws of the holiday.[1] The Mishneh Brura[2], commenting on this law, states that we are to begin this study specifically on Purim; we are, in effect, to begin our preparations for Pesach on Purim. While the de facto reality of Jewish life indeed marks Purim as the start of the pre-Pesach period,[3] this halacha would seem to indicate that this connection is not just a coincidence but has some intrinsic meaning....

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