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Irgun HaMishna Hayomit. בברכת "מרבה תורה - מרבה חיים"! קביעותא - המפעל ללימוד המשנה וההלכה היומית להנצחת ששת המיליונים 072-272-0000 you can receive by Email a booklet with questions and answers on the Mishna and Halacha yomit. You must to send a mail to office@kviuta.org and make a request to receive. the booklet is an attached pdf. The link is here It ...


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I heard from Rav Ben Haim that when ten study it is said. Additionally the Chacham is to say the Kaddish.


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Okay, let's rewind a bit! In the mid-1500s, Rabbi Yosef Karo compiled a work called Shulchan Aruch, his version of a code of Jewish law. (Well he was working on an earlier framework, but that's even more complicated ...) One volume deals with civil law, another marital law; the volume under discussion now is called Orach Chaim (path of life). It addresses ...


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Mishna Brurah is actually a commentary on the Shulchan Aruch, the Jewish code of law written by Rabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (Poland, 1838–1933), also known as the Chofetz Chaim The Mishnah Berurah is an explanation on the 1st volume known as "Orach Chaim" which discusses laws common to daily ways of life such as prayer, tallit, tefillin, Shabbat and holiday ...


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The Way of Torah from the Ramchal may be a good place to start for guidance in the Yam HaTalmud. I believe the Maharal supported the method outlined by the Mishna in Avos (Perek 5, Mishna 25 in most editions) that one should spend 5 years just on Mishna and then move to Gemara. Today, that method is probably not practical and we see the Cheder/Yeshiva ...


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I'm uncertain that there is a specific path per-se that might be considered a "standard" that works for everyone. I'm going with the general foundation that the purpose of learning Torah is so that you can perform. Within all this, I think that it is important to perform mitzvot correctly. I went to a modern yeshiva through high school. Granted, the style ...


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I have to refute your premise. View the numerous yeshivot that post shiurim online. As a matter of fact, several programs such as web yeshiva not only place shiurim online but offer semicha (Rabbinical ordination) by studying online. I've listed just a small sample of what's out there. You mention Chabad.org. I assume, then, that you have visited parts of ...


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in chovos halevavos shaar bechina "It is proper that you should know that the whole world (even inanimate things - Tov Halevanon) is synthesized of the physical and the spiritual, so intimately mixed and fused, that each of them sustains the other, like body and soul in living creatures." pas lechem commentary there on the words "like body and ...


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I have heard Yalkut Yosef is one of the best, most reliable, and easy to understand halachic books in modern age. With its short and simple answers, it praised greatly. It will be a great benefit if anyone can provide a link to the complete Yalkut Yosef or at least part of it. I couldn't find any available book at our location even for online purchase.



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