Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Change In My Seder

With a little nudge from Hirhurim's posting, I decided to make a little change in my daily learning seder. Starting today, I will supplement my learning of Kitzur Shulchan Aruch with a little bit of Mishnah Berurah.

My daily seder now consists of:

Chumash with Rashi
Tehillim
Gemara - Maseches Sukka
Kitzur Shulchan Aruch / Mishnah Berurah
Degel Machaneh Ephraim
Likutey Moharan
Chovos HaLevavos - Shaar HaBitachon
Perek Shirah

If you too have a daily seder, what are you learning?

6 Comments:

At November 2, 2005 at 7:58:00 AM EST, Blogger Cosmic X said...

ASJ,

Nice seder.

I learn regularly

- Shnei mikra ve-echad targum

- daf yomi

Lately I've been learning mishnayot for people who have passed away. Currently mesechet tamid. I also "learn" whatever my kids are going to be tested on!

 
At November 2, 2005 at 8:02:00 AM EST, Blogger A Simple Jew said...

Very nice, Cosmic X. When do you find time to learn Daf Yomi?

 
At November 2, 2005 at 4:37:00 PM EST, Blogger MC Aryeh said...

Wow, ASJ! How do you fit all that in with a job and a family?! Amazing....my weekly seder consists of mishna berura, likutey halachot, gemara kiddushin, mishna parah, Netivot Shalom, Bnei Yessachar and Rav Tzadok.

 
At November 2, 2005 at 6:16:00 PM EST, Anonymous chabakuk elisha said...

Wow! That is a busy and broad daily study schedule!
I wish I could say that my daily schedule was really daily, as I often find myself making up for what I missed...
Every day I try to learn a little Halacha (any Halacha sefer on any given day), Tanya, Chumash/Rashi, a blatt Gemara (currently Beitza), and some Chassidus (depends what I'm in the mood of).
I do often find that while doing homework with my kids I learn quite a bit of additional material as well...

 
At November 2, 2005 at 7:28:00 PM EST, Blogger A Simple Jew said...

MCAryeh and Chabakuk Elisha:

In order to fit all of this in I learn for 1 hour and 15 minutes on my commute into work in the morning, for 45 minutes during my lunch break, and for another 1 hour and 15 minutes on my way home. On Shabbos and Sunday I wake up at 4:00 before my family wakes up in order to have time to learn without interruption.

As the Piaceszna Rebbe said, "If you are willing to exert yourself, you will find storehouses of hidden time."

 
At November 3, 2005 at 7:34:00 AM EST, Blogger Cosmic X said...

ASJ,

I learn daf yomi after Maariv. I've been doing this since the beginning of the previous daf yomi cycle. I would like to learn more: nach, halacha, machashava...ma she halev choshek hazman oshek!

 

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