Purim jokes or Purim Revelations?
Do not use the flash option when photographing a Prophet because how could he not blink every time you try to take the snapshot?
A puzzle that will drive most religious Jews nuts: How can simchah (joy) on Purim be d’Oraita (a Torah obligation) while Purim itself is not d’Oraita? (Don’t give the answer too quickly. Just insist that there is a proper answer that proves this true.) The answer: To Jews, elation is year-round d’Oraita.
Someone whose holiness becomes most obvious after his death must have had the potential of being the Redeemer. The fact that he didn’t come out means that G^d still trusts us to reach perfection on earth on our own.
Someone who doesn’t see the holiness of children can’t be the Redeemer.
The true Redeemer will be very friendly to non-religious Jews and Atheist Gentiles. He will command respect but he won’t tell anyone what to do.
Someone who makes people feel guilty, down, terrible, hopeless, or powerless cannot be the Redeemer. He needs to empower people.
Never out a Prophet. It’s not your job.
If you’d consider being a Prophet, you must work hard on being humbler.
If you are wary of being a Prophet, try not to blink when they take a picture of you with a flash, or wear sunglasses.
Never assume that something is a Purim joke, just because it happened on Purim and is absurd. Like this year: Israeli Muslim city continues its protest of a lack of police surveillance and violence in the Arab sector by extra-violently clashes with the police. You don’t make this stuff up. Sadly.