A special study schedule in the Alter Rebbe’s Shulchan Aruch promises to totally transform the upcoming Yomim Tovim with an investment of only 15 minutes a day. The study begins Sunday.
By Anash.org reporter
A special study schedule in the Alter Rebbe’s Shulchan Aruch promises to totally transform the upcoming Yomim Tovim with an investment of only 15 minutes a day.
Beginning this Sunday, 17 Av, you can begin your Tishrei preparations. Just fifteen minutes a day and you can master the halachos of Rosh Hashonoh, Yom Kippur and Sukkos in the Alter Rebbe’s Shluchan Aruch. The hard work of dividing and scheduling has already been done for you. All all you need to do is spend that short amount of time every day doing the learning.
What began as a local project by Heichal Menachem of Monsey, has become a worldwide sensation. The project was started by a yungerman for the shul in 5772. By the next year, he already had a full email list to send it out to, and only a few short years later the project is taking the world by storm. Hundreds, perhaps thousands are learning it now and are fully prepared for the halachos of the Shalosh Regolim.
Harav Gedalia Oberlander, rov of the Heichal Menachem Shul in Monsey and author of many seforim, told Anash.org that the project has taken off and gone viral.
“People are learning the halachos and asking questions in what they’re learning,” Harav Oberlander said. “There’s a great sense of camaraderie, Tshuah beRov Yoetz, one can expect to find friends and acquaintances that are also learning the same subject, and and there’s great koch in the Halachos.”
Allocating and dividing the halachos in the Alter Rebbe’s Shulchan Aruch is also done for Hilchos Pesach. One difference is that due to the length of those halachos, the Pesach study is done over three years. One year is the halachos of kashering and baking matzohs, the next year is the Halachos of the seder night and the third year is Bedikah and Bittul of chometz.
We attach the learning schedule here for your convenience. Join the learning today and you’ll see a difference this Tishrei.
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