Sunday, July 15, 2007

Rambam Yomi

Another one of the 'yomi' cycles was started by the late Lubavitcher Rebbe - Rambam Yomi. There are three cycles, learning one mitzvah daily, learning one chapter of Mishna Torah daily, and learning three chapters of Mishna Torah daily.

The latest cycle of three chapters began on Friday with the introduction.

I went through the Rambam once, many years ago, using this schedule. At this pace it is hard to really learn anything well, or in depth, but it was a great overview of both the world of halacha and the Rambam. Since Mishna Torah includes many sections of halacha which are not in the Shulchan Aruch (things that don't apply nowadays, mostly connected to the Temple) it is a much broader work, giving an understanding of more of the Torah.

If you have a spare half an hour a day (and who does) I would definitely recommend it (if you have more time to do it more in depth that would be even better).

This is the schedule in Hebrew

For the written texts and/ or audio shiur click here:
Audio and texts

(Both from

This is an English translation of the first few books of Mishna Torah starting with

Hilchot Yesodei Hatorah (Fundamentals of Torah) which is tomorrow's halachot.

Good luck!

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