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https://guardyoureyes.com/ GYE’s goal is to help every Jew who is struggling with inappropriate internet use get the help he needs in the most efficient and professional way possible. Guard Your Eyes has already helped many thousands of Jews get back on a path of healing and self-control, by providing free and anonymous help for all levels of the struggle. ...


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Try https://www.tikkun.io. Full disclosure: I'm the creator of this site. As a software developer and avid Torah reader, I found nothing online that I enjoyed using and that was free. This one will be free forever.


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While your description is rather vague, I believe that you will discover a fair degree of success on Judaism Codidact's "Divrei Torah" section.


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Judaism.codidact.com is a question-and-answer site similar in many respects to this one but with its own content, an open-source platform, and non-profit ownership, responsive to its community.


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See the Virtual Halacha Program www.vhalacha.com They offer an exceptional Semicha program all under the guidance of Rav Nebentzahl Shlit"a.


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The closest thing I have seen to what you are describing is Alhatorah's concordance graph. It graphs frequency of roots across different books in Tanach (although not parashiot, as far as I can tell). Also, their concordance is the best one that I am aware of online - try it out with different roots, forms, and play around with the settings to learn more. ...


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A few Shiurim to get one started... On Guard Your Eyes - over 400 shiurim available via phone. YU Torah - 'SHMIRAS EINAYIM - a little less curious, a lot more s'char' by Rabbi Noam Singer Teshuva on Shovevim - Shemiras Einayim - Rabbi Zecharia Wallerstein Nowhere to Turn - Internet Addiction


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Some English seforim that may be of interest are as follows: Positive Vision: Real-World Strategies for Shmiras Einayim by Rabbi Avrohom Neuberger. (You can view some sample pages on the linked page) The blurb reads as follows: Shemiras eiynayim? Kedushah? They are fantastic concepts - for tzaddikim. But for me? The first thing you should know is: You can ...


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OPTION 1 - Web Chaver You might want to consider using Web Chaver. Essentially you designate a good/trustworthy friend as your 'chaver' and they receive a weekly summary of any potentially risky sites that you may have visited. The fact that you have someone basically checking up on you, is a good form of 'shmira' in unto itself. Or to quote them: WebChaver ...


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Rav Asher Weiss ruled (listen here) that it's permissible. His reasoning was that if anything, it generates some sadness. You long to be there in person by watching. He felt it's not considered being there by halachic definition. He said it wasn't a mitzvah to attend, but it's legitimate. In some instances he would recommend it. I'm sure we could find ...


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Rav Moshe Heinemann mentions in his sefer on Kibbud Av V'Eim (4:3): Rebbetzin Shteif told Rav Moshe that whenever her husband spoke with him on the phone, he would stand up. Even though Rav Moshe didn’t know Rav Yonasan Shteif was honoring him by standing up during the phone call, Rav Yonasan Shteif still stood since Rav Moshe had the status of a ...


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The newer edition, also by Rabbi Qafich, is available for free in the site of the Genizah Project, here (the link takes you automatically to the Judeo-Arabic text. Just press on צילום מקור to go to the Qafich edition). You may need to sign up (for free), first. And, adding for general reference, the 1908 English translation by David Levine mentioned by @wfb ...


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Sorry, this is about 5 years too late, but maybe it will help someone else. Daf Hachaim has many charts organized by Daf, and has charts for many cases in Yevamos.


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You can access the first 150 pages for free on the Otzar HaChochmah site here and then obviously pay for the privilege to view it further. I hope that helps!


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There is Quick Daf by Rabbi Zecharia Resnik which can be found on All Daf app. He is very clear and quick. Each shiur is different but average is like around 10-15 minutes.


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Here's one by Louis Loewe, from 1842.


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Accordance, which is available for purchase online (there's also a free version that gives you some text access, but I don't recall how much), allows these kinds of searches. For example, in the picture below, I looked for all verbs in Miketz and sorted them by hits by root (you can see the frequency in percentage, or make a pie chart, ...). You can then see ...


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This is an amazing program which I have benefited from immensely. One can recieve Semicha on Hilchos Shabbos and is under Rav Yehonason Gefen and is under the guidance of Rav Yitzchok Berkowitz shlit"a. The link is: https://kinyanhilchosshabbos.com/


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An option that I know people tried - including those with learning issues - is https://www.iyunhalacha.org/programs/ As they write at the bottom: Yeshivas Iyun Halacha offers Semicha in Hilchos Issur V’heter and Shabbos to those who qualify. To request a copy of our Semicha requirements email info@iyunhalacha.org While I'm not affiliated in any way with the ...


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You might want to try Yeshivas Pirkei Shoshanim who run an online Semicha course. First a little about them - they say on their website: Pirchei Shoshanim and the Shema Yisrael Torah Network provides educational information to anyone interested in learning Halacha and learning more about Judaism, in general. We are committed to helping people learn the ...


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Shovavim -The power of the eye- Rabbi Avi Weisenfeld Drinking the salty water Rising to the challenge Milchemet HaYetzer- You are not alone Picking up the pieces


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His book Sefer Ma'aseh Nissim: Perush La'Torah can be viewed for free on the site of the National Library of Israel here.


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There's plenty of Sephardic Halacha on Halachipedia.


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https://chat.whatsapp.com/FoEUNgaLhIqLJVdDOArLJG Rabbi Blums sefer torah lodaas is learnt 2x a week on this chat


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Here is a translation of Keset HaSofer of Rabbi Ganzfried. I would say that is a good foundational text on the issues you bring up and others involved in safrut.


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You can buy it The Art of Crafting the Shechitah Knife and Stone and a translation of Simla Chadasha both by R Loike on Lulu.


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Yup. First edition can be found on the site of the National Library of Russia, here.


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I don't know halachic implications, but my experience in gerut and as zera Yisrael, that "non-Jew" is categorically a catch-all, and therefore has no real meaning. "Goy" is different than "Ger", and even within these categories textually and temporally have had different meanings that presumably influenced halacha. For example, ...


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There is Quora.com in which you can search for the subject you are interested in or follow the tags Jewish Theology and Philosophy and Judaism to ask questions and getting answers. Many of them are too broad for the scope of these topics, but some q&a are good though.


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