Bottoms up!

Today is the Jewish holiday of Purim. (Unlike the biblically-based Jewish holidays, this is one, like Chanuka, on which orthodox Jews such as myself are allowed to blog!)

As well explained in the Book of Esther, it’s the holiday of turnabout, surprises, false identities, intrigue, perhaps some emotional legerdemain, and not a little spiritual confusion. The outcome isn’t always funny, or even fun, except perhaps in the sense of the divine comedy.Purim mesiba, mesivta, New Jersey

It all comes around in the end, though!

Originally posted on Ron Coleman’s pretty good blog, Likelihood of Success. : His pretty famous law blog, LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION:®,: is also pretty good, if you like that kind of thing.

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