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Firstly hatzlocho on this very worthwhile endeavour! There are a wealth of resources online which collectively can provide anything from a basic translation to a more in-depth review and more. I am not sure if there is one website in isolation that will give you everything you want but you may want to peruse the following options below to see what works best ...


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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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Jewish History in Daf Yomi is a series of bite-sized lectures related to the Daf, delivered daily by renowned Jewish History expert, Dr. Henry Abramson.


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Besides Dov's impressive list, I highly recommend Daf HaChaim. It's a shiur on every daf, with useful diagrams and very clear explanations. Regarding your concern about not knowing where on the page the shiur is holding, the site has a visual image of the daf and shows you which piece the shiur is discussing.


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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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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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My opinion is to daven at the Golders Green United Synagogue which is under the auspices of the Chief Rabbi of the United Synagogue. If you are going to attend then you will have to contact them to find out what their criteria is I.e. whether it’s for members only also you will have to register your contact details for track and trace. I don’t know if the ...


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