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Is it a particularly difficult Mesechta, or is it an interesting one that you are Chazering. [it is difficult as stated in my earlier post]
What setting is it in. shul
How often. 5 days
I am putting as much into that i can at my level. I only started learning gemara 8 months ago. my litvish chavrusa has matured me to a point, and in brochos i can somewhat independently learn. however with bava kama, it is a little more challenging.
@JF learning bava kama 5 days a week.
@daas im sure i can find another chavrusa it will just take precious time. i learn soso on my own but im at a stage where i need to keep growing and i cant do it on my own (just as of yet). im learning a different masechta with a litvish guy and he is amazing, however i really like bava kama and need help with it.
Thank you… My Rebbe is Spinka but does not lay Spinka Tefillin. You description is helpful, but pictures will be even more helpful…April 5, 2013 6:07 pm at 6:07 pm in reply to: Is vayechulu a required part of Kiddush? (Friday Night) #942799
@Torah613 After these responses I am more satisfied with the additional replies…April 4, 2013 1:50 am at 1:50 am in reply to: Is vayechulu a required part of Kiddush? (Friday Night) #942793
@torah613, I ‘dont’ want to skip it. I heard someone that did and was wondering. After reading the kitzrSA, I see that it is mentioned as being a part of the reading.April 3, 2013 7:11 pm at 7:11 pm in reply to: Why can't you say tehillim and learn Tanach between shkia and chatzot (midnight) #942746
@talmud A Yisroel; I asked my Rov and he confirmed I should not between shkia and chatzos lila. I did not ask for an explanation as he seemed to be on his way somewhere.
Thank you for the references.March 14, 2013 2:38 am at 2:38 am in reply to: Looking For More Info On 'Ben Bag Bag' and 'Ben Hay Hay' #936671
Thank you everyone for the information.
@apushatayid after researching it; this is what I discovered.January 21, 2013 5:09 pm at 5:09 pm in reply to: what chassidic movements don't require you to grow a beard? #921390
ok thanks. I did hear there are a few [minor] dynasty that don’t require it.
somewhat hijacked? lol
wow! sorry for the late reply. i didnt get a msg notification; on my own i decided to check my post. i will try to answer a few questions here.
@CharlesShort, you are correct about most yeshivot, however i was referring to more baal tshuva yt such as Shor Yoshov. I am a male, and the rest of your questions are quite private, well at least about my reasons for wanting to convert. It may seem like a simple question but in fact its the most private question you can ask a prospective gerim. i dont have a problem telling people my reasons once we know each other.
@rebdoniel I have been learning on my own and making great progress. but i feel that i need more intensity. there is a rabbi in my corner (flatbush), and i am all set with the bet din. i am only looking to learn.
@amichai thank you
@theChassidisheGatesheader Yes i do know! the rav you speak of in Yerushalayim, this is what I am looking for. A place to learn, but not necessarily a big yeshiva. i am actually quite far in the gerim process. i am shomer mitzvot. i have a strong desire to advance my torah and talmud learning, but i want to do it in Yisroel. if this is something the rav you speak of might be able to help me with, yes please lets be in touch.
@yytz I will look into rav Lazer Brody thank you
@nem621 thank you for the reply, however i am way past the point of wondering if this is something i want to do. this is the life i want, to be a jew and raise a jewish family.