Out of the dark days of concealment, a unique spiritual and literary work was born about the story of the Book of Esther and the days of Purim. From an in-depth study of the inner teachings of the sages - the theory of the 'hint' - the story of the scroll emerges as a spiritual and heroic struggle against the urges that threaten to 'destroy, kill and lose' man's existence in every generation. Rabbi Lundin breathes life into the characters of the scroll who are revealed not only as historical figures, but also as characters that express the inner forces found in the souls of each and every one of us. The transformation that took place in those days is an expression of the transformation that is possible against all the difficulties that threaten man, and the ability to reveal in us powers and holiness that we have not known until now. In the Book of Esther there is a stirring description of how every Jew , and in fact every human being, faces internal and external threats, and is able, through a persistent and courageous struggle to win; to discover God in the hidden and dark. Rabbi Hagai Lundin, one of the most prominent rabbis today in the field of explaining Judaism, rabbi in yeshiva and academic settings, teaches on media channels and websites various and a Jewish lecturer throughout the country. Known for his ability to make the concepts of Judaism accessible to the language of the twenty-first century.