The section of Rambam begun today, on the eve of Chof Teves, the Rambam’s Yahrtzeit, in the daily study cycle, deals with the intricate halachos of Tumah v’Tahara, topics rarely studied in Yeshivos. A new installment of the Rebbe’s teachings on the sefer aim to make the learning more enjoyable.
When the Rebbe established the Takana of Rambam, he often mentioned that this was an initiative to learn “kol Hatorah kulah”.
We don’t pick and choose which Halachos we learn. We don’t focus only on the lomdishe sugyos, the ones that everyone knows or the ones that allow for a great pilpul.
When we learn Rambam, we’re learning the entirety of Torah.
So we learn all of it. From beginning to end.
Including the 144 Prakim of Sefer Tahara, difficult and complex as they may be.
This Sefer, which we begin today, on the eve of Chof Teves, the Rambam’s Yahrtzeit, deals with the intricate halachos of Tumah v’Tahara, topics rarely studied in Yeshivos.
Yet, within the framework of Limmud Harambam we go through these Prakim like any other.
And the Rebbe too, gave Sichos on these Prakim like on any other.
As we start our journey through this unfamiliar sea of Hashem’s wisdom, Rabbi Yossi Lipskier is proud to present another installment of his upcoming Sefer Otzar Hamelech, collecting all of the Rebbe’s explanations on Rambam.
With over 200 biurim spread across 60 pages, chassidim are sure to find a new geshmak in their everyday Shiur of Rambam Hayomi.
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