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Purim: A "Higher" Perspective
It is an obligation to get intoxicated on Purim until you don’t know the difference between blessed is Mordechai and cursed is Haman (Babylonian Talmud Tractate Megillah: 7b)
The mitzvah to drink* till you don’t know the difference between blessed is Mordechai and cursed is Haman seems odd. Besides being a recipe for getting sick, it seems strange that a tradition that places so much emphasis on moral behavior should to want to blur the line between good and evil!