In preparation for Gimmel Tamuz, bochurim in Zal throughout North America are learning the Rebbe’s Reshimos on “Shnayim Ochazin B’Talis.” A new sefer has been published to help them.
Bochurim in Zal throughout North America are preparing themselves for Gimmel Tammuz by learning the Rebbe’s handwritten Reshimos which shed new light on the famous Sugya, “Shnayim Ochazin.” This sugya is part of the Mesechta of Gemara being learnt this year in the Yeshivos.
“Thank you for this Mivtza,” said Sholom Ber, a bochur in Oholei Torah. “For so many bochurim, Reshimos is just not something they learn. It’s beautiful to see the difference you have made.”
The program run by the Vaad Hatmimim started a month before Gimmel Tammuz and will conclude with completing the entire Reshima in time for Gimmel Tammuz.
It also coincides with the new reprinting of the Reshima “Shnayim Ochazin B’Talis” by Kehos, redone with “Pi’anuchim” (in-line explanations of the sometimes complex text), which Yeshivos around the globe have been looking forward to.
The new book was prepared by the premier publishing house of the Rebbe’s Torah in recent times, Lahak Hanochos Inc., led by Rabbi Dovid Feldman and his capable staff and under the leadership of its director Rabbi Chaim Shaul Brook. It contains easy-to-use annotation, footnotes and explanations throughout, bringing the Rebbe’s holy words to the reader with ease and clarity.
All participating Bochurim will receive the new Sefer, as well as additional material printed by the Vaad, to help them learn the Reshima. The bochurim will also be awarded prizes of Seforim and flights to the Rebbe for Gimmel Tammuz.
This Mivtza is just one of multiple programs the Vaad Hatmimim is organizing for Gimmel Tamuz. Visit Bochurim.com to take part in supporting these projects.
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