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When someone asked Einstein, shortly before his death, what he would do differently if he could live his life again, he replied without hesitation: "I would study the Talmud."...Every imaginable topic is covered, from architecture to trapping mice.
Rabbi Haim Miller, Chairman of the World Council and Heritage Center of Maran the Rabbi of Lublin, is currently lobbying to prevent this plan from bearing fruition.
RustyBrick Inc., a New York State web development company, has developed a Jewish app for GoogleGlass. JewGlass will deliver customized Jewish information such as sunset times, directions to nearby synagogues and Hebrew translations. It also will
Several renowned rabbis visited testing centers in Bnei Brak and Jerusalem to wish the test-takers well. The event follows the massive celebrations a month ago in honor of the completion of the Daf Yomi study cycle, in which learners complete the
Seven and a half years of daily study every day, no time off, no vacations, no holiday breaks, in sickness and health, at home and while traveling. Started almost 80 years ago, by a rabbi named Meir Shapiro, the study of the Daf Yomi literally, a
The city was the home of Rabbi Meir Shapira who developed the Daf Yomi, or "a page a day" Talmud study in 1923...Rabbi Shimon and Rebbetzin Sheri Kurland also were in attendance. They reinitiated the first Siyum HaShas in Lublin since the Holocaust
Dirshu Tens of thousands of orthodox Jews attended mass gatherings last week in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Yad Eliyahu, the home of Israel's premier basketball team, Maccabi Tel Aviv, and the Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem, the home of the Betar Jerusalem
Do not read halichos, but halachos. (Niddah 73a) After seven and a half years of daily study, my voyage through the sea of Talmud ended with these words, as 92,000 Jews filled every seat of Metlife Stadium in New Jersey to celebrate the completion of
August 4, 2012 For almost seven and a half years straight, Orthodox Jews around the world have been reading their holy book, the Talmud, cover to cover. Day by day, they read the more than 2,000 pages, and last week, they all celebrated finishing the
Seven and a half years of daily study every day, no time off, no vacations, no holiday breaks, in sickness and health, at home and while traveling...As I write this post I'm still undecided: should I, can I, will I? Some basic facts: The Babylonian