Our Sages teach of an interesting theme which connects the holiday of Purim to Pesach. That theme is redemption, known in Hebrew as Geulah. In celebrating both Holidays, there is an underlying feeling that redemption comes in many different shapes and sizes. During both holidays we acknowledge that we were saved by Hashem, however, the method used by Hashem was very different. Purim is when we experience the hidden involvement of Hashem, and that hiddenness is how we celebrate the holiday, as we masquerade to not show our true face. The Geulah we feel on Pesach is one where Hashem played a more active and public role through the miracles which led to our redemption. Both holidays display very different methods of Hashem’s interaction, yet lead to the same result, one of redemption.