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Rabbi Nissan KaplanRabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud bavli curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam (as evidenced from their devoting most of their time to talmud bavli study). Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook.

Rabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud bavli curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam (as evidenced from their devoting most of their time to talmud bavli study). Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook.

Rabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud bavli curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam (as evidenced from their devoting most of their time to talmud bavli study). Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook.

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Rabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud bavli curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam (as evidenced from their devoting most of their time to talmud bavli study). Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook.

Rabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam. Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook.

Rabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud bavli curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam (as evidenced from their devoting most of their time to talmud bavli study). Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook.

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Rabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam. Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook. Apparently the primary "War in torah" which makes a person grow is in in-depth talmud study.

Rabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam. Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook. Apparently the primary "War in torah" which makes a person grow is in in-depth talmud study.

Rabbi Nissan Kaplan explains in a lecture that the outlook of the litvish yeshivas such as the Mir yeshiva where he teaches is to focus mostly on talmud study. In one of his lectures, he brings a Rambam who says based on the talmud in kidushin 30a that one should divide his learning into 1/3 Mikra (presumably tanach), 1/3 mishna, and 1/3 Talmud, and after he has mastered the former two should devote almost all of his time to talmud only. He says in the lecture that since most people are in yeshiva for only a few years, they try to immerse them directly into mostly talmud curriculum.

Here's a quote of Mishne Torah Talmud Torah 1 he brings.

אבל כשיגדיל בחכמה ולא יהא צריך לא ללמוד תורה שבכתב ולא לעסוק תמיד בתורה שבעל פה יקרא בעתים מזומנים תורה שבכתב ודברי השמועה כדי שלא ישכח דבר מדברי דיני תורה ויפנה כל ימיו לגמרא בלבד לפי רוחב שיש בלבו ויישוב דעתו

This is the outlook of almost all litvish yeshivas down to the first one in Volozhin though not necessarily from this Rambam. Could be Rabbi Kaplan also is just using this rambam as a "hint" not as a main source for this outlook.

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