A man who was visiting from Israel gave my husband a small booklet which contains 5 minutes of daily Torah for the month of Adar Bet and I have been reading it voraciously. If you still have a chance to get it before Purim, I highly recommend it for all Hebrew readers. You can find information over here. It is full of interesting thoughts and mussar from Megillat Esther including the following idea.
Haman convinces Achashverosh to make his evil decree against the Jews by telling him, "Yeshno am echad"(3:8) - "There is a nation" which doesn't abide by the customs of the kingdom. The gemara tells us that Haman used this term to imply, "Yashnu am echad" - a people slept (from the commandments) (Megillah 13b).
The thought above and others, as well, can be found if you download the PDF to the link - http://www.parsha.net/Vayikra/TzavPurim74.doc
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