Each Jewish leap year, we celebrate Purim Katan–Small Purim on the fourteenth of Adar I, the added month.
Although its name seems to convey its insignificance – Small – it carries a powerful lesson for the small children of Tzivos Hashem, and for the small Jewish nation in general.
The moon too, is called the Small Luminary, yet through being a reflection of the sun, it emits a light which glows throughout the entire world.
What’s important, the Rebbe explains in this rally, isn’t how large or strong you are. The real question is – what do you reflect?
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