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ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE PLO PEACE
ORGANIZATION TO TOP
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CHARACTER TO TOP
MISCELLANEOUS TO TOP
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CALENDAR TO TOP
1. Select the code for year 5768. It is 5H1.
2. Go to Calendars and 5H1 is under Category H.
3. Click on category H.
4. Examine calendar.
ESSAY TO TOP
ESSAYS I WANT THE WORLD TO SHARE
AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT
HOLY TEMPLE TO TOP
WORKING ON IT!
TIKUN OLAM TO TOP
VISION - A PROPOSAL
TIKUN OLAM - FIXING THE WORLD
PREPARING FOR GLOBAL ORDER
HEADING OF SUBJECTS IN THE DAF FILES
DAF 2 TO TOP
1. When is the latest ending time for the recital of the evening Shema?
2. Whether Vetohair, to purify, (VayEmo22.7) is meant for the person or for the day(ie. a new day)?
3. When is the earliest starting time for reciting the evening Shema?
4. What is the length of the time frame interval between day and night?
DAF 3 TO TOP
1. How many watches are there each night, how long do they last and at what point during the watch is the propitious moment, all for the purposes of determining the ending time for the evening Shema?
2. Why Has-hem roars (shoeig) three times each night corresponding to the three watches?
3. R'Yosi's experience with entering a ruin and meeting Eliyahu Hanavi.
4. Why one is not permitted to enter a ruin.
5. How many watches is the night divided into, three or four?
6. What discussions are permitted in the midst of a deceased.
7. When did Dovid Hamelech wake up and how long he stayed awake ?
DAF 4 TO TOP
1. How did Dovid Hamelech know when exactly midnight occured vis-a-vis Moisheh Rabeinu who approximated ?
2. An incidental tale about Dovid Hamelech when asked advice about the economic plight of the people leading to voluntary warfare.
3. Did Moisheh Rabeinu not know when midnight was and Dovid Hamelech did know ?
4. The travails, trials and rewards Has-hem bestowed upon Dovid Hamelech.
5. If Dovid really consider himself a chosid as mentioned above why did he say the following ?: VERSE: LULEI HEEMANTI LIROIS BETIV ADNIS BEERETZ CHAIM. SOURCE: Teh,27.13
6. Analyzing the various time frames of the ending times for reciting the Shema and the rational for this.
7. The requirement of saying the Shema prior to reciting the Tefiloh (18 Brochois).
DAF 5 TO TOP
1. The special value of saying selected Tehilim identifying one as meriting the World To Come.
2. R'Yoichonon asks why there is no Nun in Ashrei ?
3. Comparisson of Michoeil and Gavrieil. That Michoeil comes with one jump, Gavrieil with two, Eiliyohu with four and the Moves with eight. During a plague with one jump.
4. The reading of the Shema at bedtime.
5. The process of battling and succeeding with the evil impulse.
6. The entire Torah was given to Moishe Rabeinu at Seenie.
7. The positive effects of reading of the Shema at bedtime.
8. The positive effects of cogitating Torah.
9. Difference between actions by Has-hem versus that of human beings.
10. The explanation of pain and suffering upon a person.
10a. The explanation of pain and suffering upon a person.
10b. The explanation of pain and suffering upon a person.
11. The rewards of pain and suffering upon the jewish nation.
12. Methods of gaining forgiveness for sins.
13. Whether leprosy and pain visited upon a person is based on love from Has-hem.
DAF 6 TO TOP
1. The voluntary acceptance of pain.
2. Dealing with theft between employee and employer.
3. The effects of orientating ones bed when Davening and sleeping.
4. The effects of leaving a Shule with one person still davening.
5. The effects of the demons we cannot see around us.
6. The proximity of Has-hem vis-a-vis people learning or davening.
7. The Tefilin that Has-hem wears.
8. The concern Has-hem has for the dedicated servant.
9. Has-hem's reaction to the lack of attendance in Shule.
10. The importance of a permanent place to daven in.
11. The requirement to run to Shule, the rewards for attending a lecture, consoling the bereaved, fasting, effects of eulogising and jesting at a wedding.
12. The direction one must face when davening,
DAF 7 TO TOP
1. The character trait of behaving cheaply to people and otuerwise respectable situations.
2. The effects and power of the three (3) Tefilois.
3. The comparisson of taking part of a wedding feast to the presense at the giving of the Torah in terms of the effects on the participants.
4. The power of words on others.
5. The severity of not pursuing peace with your fellow being,
6. The prayers of Has-hem and their contents.
7. The subject of Has-hem's anger and that of people.
8. The benefits of self-realization of one's own admonitions and self-reproachs.
9. Three (3) things Moisheh Rabeinu asked Has-hem for and was granted: Shechinoh on Yisroeil, no Shechinih on idol worshippers and to know the ways of Has-hem. Also, the explanation of righteous and wicked vis-a-vis retribution and reward.
10. The subject of Has-hem's revealing only part of his essence.
11. How Has-hem fulfills His promise of good under any circumstance.
12. The concept of the name "adoin-oi".
13. The source of prayer associated with the birth of Yehudoh.
14. The subject of Reuvein's birthright vs. Eisov's.
15. The subject of Rus.
16. Dovid Hamelech's trouble from his son as a punishment for the incident of Bas Sheva.
DAF 8 TO TOP
1. The explanations of the seeming discrepancy of evil people who prosper even in the face of their offensiveness to righteous people.
2. The establishing a permanent place for davening.
3. The greater purpose of servicing a Torah sage versus the actual learning of Torah.
4. The davening with a MInion.
5. The value of living in the Diaspora during the exile vis-a-vis living in Eretz Yisroeil.
6. The finesse of entering a Shule to daven.
7. Things a person should daven for.
8. The values of Halochoh as it relates to learning it and the place where it is learned.
9. Clarification of the fear of Heaven versus the necessity of working for sustenance.
10. Living near one's teacher.
11. Walking out of a Shule during the reading of the Torah.
12. Reviewing the weekly Parshoh, laws pertaining to an Aramite woman, being careful in cutting meat and from an elderly sage who forgot his learning, specific points regarding koshering of a chicken, rules for respecting the holiness of a Shule.
13. The habits of the Moidiin.
DAF 9 TO TOP
1. The conduct of the Persians.
2. The destiny of the Persians.
3. Reciting the Shema at the remotest times, immediately near dawn and sunrise.
4. Discussion of the Mishnoh regarding the compatibility of Rabon Gamlieil's and the Rabonon's views and the expression of "loi zu bilvad" attributed to Rabon Gamlieil.
5. Leaving from Mitzrayim and the time frame for eating of the Pascal sacrifice.
6. The days prior to the redemption from Egypt.
7. The treasures that were promised.
8. The despoiling of the Egyptians treasures and the permisibility of returning to Egypt.
9. The promise of redemptiom and the imortality of the jewish nation.
10. When the Soton gangs up on holiness and only Has-hem's help can save.
11. M I S H N E H - The time for saying of Shema in the morning.
12. G E M O R O - The saying of Shema in the morning and meeting Geuloh to Tefiloh.
13. The greatness of connecting redemption to prayer. ˆ
DAF 10 TO TOP
1. The opening and closing Pesukim of Tefiloh (has-hem sefosie..., yihyu lerotzoin...), and of Tehilim (ashrei hoish..., ashrei kol choisei...).
2. The conduct of oneself towards wicked people.
3. The response to an apostate regarding praise of the barren woman.
4. The response to an apostate regarding the sequence of events as they appear in the Torah such as the Chapter on Goig Umogoig.
5. The momentous praises Dovid Hamelech gave to Has-hem.
6. Analogies of the awesome wondrous doings of Has-hem vis-a-vis the paltry creativity of man.
7. The confrontation and encounter between Yeshayahu and Chizkiyohu regarding a futile cause.
8. Chizkiyohu Hamelech's reaction to Yeshayohu's prophecy of impending death.
9. Some activities of Chizkiyohu.
10. The effects of davening in behalf of oneself versus in behalf of others.
11. The room built for Elisho Hanovi vis-à-vis permitting one to benefit from another re: Shmueil Hanovi who wouldn't.
12. The perception of a woman versus a man's.
DAF 11 (TOPICS ONLY)
1. Likening the effect of hospitality towards Elisho to an altar.
2. The position of the body when davening.
3. The position of the feet when davening.
4. Eating before davening.
5. Untill when we can recite the Shema. 6. If one recites the Shema after the prescribed time.