March 1, 2005

by Reb Yudel
Read Out the Old, Read in the New

Daf Yomi for the American masses: My take on the phenomenon for -- Beliefnet.com:
The holy and the mundane, ancient wisdom and modern technology, quiet scholarship and glitzy p.r. all share a satellite-broadcast stage on Tuesday, March 1, as tens if not hundreds of thousands of Orthodox Jews mark the completion of a seven-year-plus cycle of daily Talmud study at gatherings from New York's Madison Square Garden to Los Angeles' Walt Disney Concert Hall, and dozens of other venues between.
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#1

Congrats on the piece, Larry. It made me want to - at the same time - start learning Berachot 2,a-b, and give up my shul membership (if I had one).

Posted by: Yori Yanover at March 2, 2005 8:56 AM
#2

Why give up on the shul membership?

Posted by: Reb Yudel at March 2, 2005 9:23 AM
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