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Some excellent lomdus sefarim al seder mesechta: Birchas Avraham, by R' Avrohom Erlanger. Contemporary Brisker approach, both diyukkim and lomdus. Written al hadaf, but with an introduction to most sugyas. Mostly available on Hebrewbooks.org Moreshes Moshe, by R' Moshe Steinhaus. Rishonim based summaries on the different mehalchim on each sugya. Fantastic ...


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Kehillas Yaakov by the Steipler, Rav Yaakov Yisrael Kanievsky zt"l. I find that the more work I put into studying a topic, the more depth I find in his analysis of the sugya.


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I have previously cited this view of R. Abraham of Viterbo, with a link to the page in the book where it appears, in this answer. The following is my translation of the relevant passage: And behold [Maimonides] of blessed memory built a high wall with the Thirteen Fundamentals, without which, in his opinion, one cannot be a Jew. And he forced that anyone ...


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Rabbi Avraham Twerski zt"l has a book that deals exactly with what your looking for, entitled The Enemy Within and published by Artscroll. Each chapter deal with a different aspect of self-improvement including titles such as, 'Anger', 'Diligence', 'Vanity', 'Belief', 'Pursuit of Truth' etc. The blurb reads as follows: Though we are usually unaware of ...


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R Moshe Don Kestenbaum has come up with a very relevant book called Olam HaMiddos: A guide to understanding ourselves and refining our character which artscroll describes as Sefer Olam HaMiddos has become a popular and much-read book through the Torah world - and for good reason. The author, an acclaimed educator, writer, and speaker, combines Torah sources,...


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An English translations page for the Arizal's works has been started at Wikisource. As of Mar. 2021 there is just a little, but if everyone learning contributed a bit at a time (or if someone contributed a lot at once) ... https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Author:Isaac_Luria#Perek_3 Sefaria has Chapter names in English, and some sections have summaries or ...


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Thanks to agudah.org: Although Reb Mordechai left over very few written Torah thoughts, a few gems of his great mind remain, and are brought down in sefer Siach Yoseph, by Rabbi Yosef Roth of Bnei Brak, in the chapter entitled Gedulas Mordechai. So the book you are looking for is the one written by Rabbi Yosef Roth of Bnei Brak, chapter Gedulas Mordechai ...


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This blog post brings information about him. In the post it says: "...he was born in Shedlets (Siedlce), Poland. He attended religious elementary school and yeshivas, acquired the reputation of a prodigy, and prepared to become a rabbi. After the traditional period of support from his father-in-law, he became a bookseller and worked at it until he ...


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