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“I would suggest setting aside time to learn daily practical Halachos” – Toras Menachem 13 p.85
“Every person must learn Torah.. at first to know what’s allowed and know how to do the practical Mitzvos” – Alter Rebbes Shulchan Aruch 155 1.

“I would suggest setting aside time to learn daily practical Halachos” Toras Menachem 13 p.85

“כל איש ישראל חייב בתלמוד תורה…בתחלה צריך לידע הרבה מן האיסור והמותר…ואיך לעשות המצות הנהוגות כדי שידע לשמור ולעשות” – שולחן ערוך אדמו”ר הזקן, ח”א, קנה א.

“ענין נוסף שברצוני להציע: בהתאם להמדובר.. אודות קביעות בכל יום ויום ללמוד שו”ע אורח חיים בהלכות הנצרכות למעשה” – תורת מנחם יג, ע’ 85.

“באים כהוספה על העיקר, ופשיטא, שיש לפרסם אודות ההכנות אפילו לפני שלומדים העניינים שנתבארו בתורת החסידות, עד ל’קיצור שולחן ערוך’ הן כפשוטו, והן בתוכנו – בלשון עם ועם. – ‘התוועדויות’ תשמ”ח כרך ג, עמ’ 355

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