Have a wonderful Shabbat Zchor!

 
Shabbat Zchor 13th Adar, 5770
 
The Holy One, blessed be He,
said to Moses,
“I have a precious gift
in My treasure house,
called the Sabbath,
and desire to give it to Israel;
go and inform them.”
*(Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbath, 10b)
 
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“Have a wonderful Shabbat Zchor
and a Happy Purim!”
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Limud yomi

 
Shabbat 13th Adar, 5770

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  • Daf yomi: Sanhedrin 15
  • Yerushalmi yomi: Berachot 46
  • Mishna yomit: Mikvaot 9:3
  • Halacha yomit: Orach Chaim 431:2
  • Shabbat ZACHOR:
  • Shabbat Parshiot: Tetzaveh
  • Torah reading: Exodus 27:20-30:10*
  • Haftara: I Samuel 15:1-33*
  • Knissat Shabbat: 6:18p
  • Tzeit Shabbat: 7:04p

*Source: AZAMRA

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Daily Torah Quote

 
12th Adar, 5770
 
Breslev Israel
Contemplate three things, and you will not come to the hands of transgression: Know what is above from you: a seeing eye, a listening ear, and all your deeds being inscribed in a book.

(Avot 2)

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Joke of the day

 
12th Adar, 5770

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This fellow walks over to the bartender and says, “I hear you are a betting man.” The bartender answers, “Sometimes I indulge.” “OK, I’ll bet you $10 that I can bite my eye.” The bartender thinks, “This is a good bet, OK!” The man takes out a glass eye, puts it in his mouth and bites it! The bartender doesn’t like it! He’s fuming, but pays up his $10. The man says, “Don’t aggravate yourself. I’ll bet you double or nothing I can bite my second eye.” The bartender figures, “OK, he can’t have two glass eyes. You’re on!” The man takes out his false teeth and bites the other eye… The bartender is really furious. But a bet is a bet — he plunks down his $20. The man says, “Come on, don’t be angry. I’ll give you another chance to win it all back. Double or nothing. You see this shot glass? I’ll put it at the end of the bar. I’ll shake up this bottle of coke and I’ll throw the contents from here into the shot glass without spilling a drop on the bar or mirror or anywhere.” The bartender says, “OK. Let’s go.” The man spends two minutes shaking up the bottle of coke. He opens it up. It sprays the bartender, all over the bar, on the glasses, the mirror, the whole place and not a drop in the shot glass. The man says, “Boy, that was terrible!” takes out a $100 bill and pays the bartender. The bartender is smiling from ear to ear, laughing his head off. The man turns around and walks away. The bartender calls after him. “Boy,” he says, “you’re not dumb. How come you did such a dumb thing?” The man points to a group of customers in the back. He says, “I bet them $5,000 that I could spray you and your whole bar with coke and you wouldn’t get angry, and if you are laughing I get $10,000.”

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Limud yomi

 
12th Adar, 5770

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  • Daf yomi: Sanhedrin 14
  • Yerushalmi yomi: Berachot 45
  • Mishna yomit: Mikvaot 9:1
  • Halacha yomit: Orach Chaim 429:2
  • Tanach yomi: Yishayahu Seder 23
  • Shabbat ZACHOR:
  • Shabbat Parshiot: Tetzaveh
  • Torah reading: Exodus 27:20-30:10*
  • Haftara: I Samuel 15:1-33*

*Source: AZAMRA

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A call for help!

Shalom,

       I established Yeshivat Or Tsafon – Derech Chachma four years ago. The Yeshiva has served tens of students, over thrity at this point, the vast majority of whom were housed fed and taught while paying no tuition. I personally did not take any income from the Yeshiva for the whole of the first year, and never have taken my full pay.

       The Yeshiva has has two full sedarim a day, along with a host of evening classes, and is open to the public. Besides teaching many chapters of various Folio’s of Talmud, I have made a special effort to teach Tanach. In the last two years alone, I have taught the first 24 chapters of Genesis, using all of the major commentaries found in the Mikrot Gedolot, plus R. Hirsch and Midrash. I have also taught classes following the weekly Torah readings. I also taught Megillat Esther and most of Proverbs. I also gave classes in the opening chapters of Job. I also had classes in Halacha, including Rambams Yad, and Mishna Berura. I have taught a diverse host of other subjects, including Pardes Rimonim, Rambams Guide for the Perplexed, and Sefer Yetsira, Zohar, Duties of the Heart and classes to young men about to be married.

       All of that teaching, sometimes as much as six hours a day, plus advising and counseling students and attempting to be the Yeshivas administrator have not allowed me the time to either work on building up the Yeshivas network of monetary support, or, obviously for the collecting of funds to keep the Yeshiva going. This brings us to the reason you are reading this letter. I need help! I am requesting from all those who get this letter, to please consider giving me al least a little help to keep my efforts from being for naught. A donation of at least ten dollars ($10), while not seeming like much, could be the life saving amount that will allow me to keep the doors open and providing for those wishing to begin their journey in Torah learning.

       You can send any donations to:

Yeshivat Or Tsfon – Derech Chachama
c/o Saruk Eshel
P.O.B. 1278
Tsfat Israel
13440

If you wish a receipt, just add a note.

       Thank you for your consideration, and may G-d bless you.

Saruk Eshel