Watch: Getting Drunk On Purim? Here’s What You Need To Know…

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Why do some people experience amazing growth on Purim, while others end up swimming in their own vomit?

Answer:  It’s all about having the right mindset. 

In today’s Jewish News Channel segment on, you will learn how to use your drunkenness to experience spiritual growth. Purim is a time filled with ruchnius. Alcohol can be used for good or for bad.

If you focus on the right things, you can experience amazing heights. 

Plus: We will debunk 2 common myths about drinking on Purim, and we’ll suggest a new p’shat in “ad delo yoda.

 Do you have a story about drunkenness on Purim? Please share it in the comments below.




  1. Excellent points. I never looked at it in that way. For someone that is shy by nature, this is a great aitza.
    The only zach iz, my wife never allows me to drink to the point of becoming drunk, or as you call it, buzzed. I always have to do the driving on the way back from the seuda. Her loss. Oh well. I’ll give this advice to my older boys, though.
    Ah freilichin Purim!
    P.S. I see our mystery drasha man took my advice and got a nice spiffy looking haircut & beard trim.

  2. I am surprised that Matzav prominently features and publicizes such a video after rabbonim have come out strongly against drunkenness on Purim, and after all the problems that have come from people acting improperly, including deaths, serious injuries, and chillulei Hashem. Such a video, on the other hand, legitimizes it. The speaker, whoever he is (who is he, by the way?) is not a Torah authority to give a different opinion.

    I thought this was a Torah site. Has it become a free for all, where everyone has an equal opinion and a vote?


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