Is anyone on this platform a Talmid or Alumnus of the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem (and learns/learned under R'Asher Arieli)? If so, I have a few questions:
It seems very much like there is no structure there- I'm coming from a yeshiva where everyone has a designated Makom where he Davens, learns, and stores a few of his seforim, is this possible in the Mir?
Regarding R' Asher Arieli's shiur- if you can give me some info on what the style is and on what level of Yiddish you need to be at for solid comprehension of the shiur?
I am currently in an online college that I cannot take off from, is it possible to kind of be under the radar spending maybe like 6 hours a week doing online college from a dira?
What are some common mistakes that people make during their time in the Mir that if avoided could have given them a much better and fulfilling experience there, and how could such mistakes be avoided?