Dear Reader(s) of this blog:
I take this blog as sort of an open forum to discuss sugyos in halacha and hashkafa (yes, there are non-lomdus posts, but they are still the miyut) - sort of like an on-line chavrusa. Lately the focus has been on inyana d'yoma: before Purim we did inyanei Purim, and the past few weeks have been inyanei Pesach. The big question is what should we learn after Pesach.
I do not intend to change the format from off-the-cuff postings into full chaburos and shiurim, as there are other sites that already do a good job of providing that (e.g. Gush's VBM, among others) and I don't have the time/energy/inclination to do that. However, even within the off-the-cuff format, I feel strongly that to range over shas or halacha with no focus, as whim dictates, probably does my writing and your reading no good. I would like to focus on a limited set of sugyos/topics/seforim that people can offer feedback on, but that can still be done in this format.
The floor is open to suggestions in the comments field. I am not learning the daf (at least not Bavli), so that is not on the table. I will (bli neder) offer my own thoughts before this blog goes into Pesach recess next week.
Friday, April 07, 2006
Dear reader: where to go from here?
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what about the parsha as a base with medrash and any involved sugyas which come up therein?ReplyDelete
I THINK THE FORMAT NOW IS PERFECT JUST ALLOW JUST IF SOMONE POSTS A QUESTION AND ITS INTRESTING ENOUGH TO FOLLOW UPReplyDelete
How about a focus on the 13 principles that the torah is darshened on (and the 32 others listed in the back of brachos) and tangential topics related to themReplyDelete
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