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Tractate Berakhos & Tamid v. I: Commentary and Study Guide


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Tractate Berakhos Front Matter Title Page Copyright Page Torah Lishmah InstitutePrefaceDedication Page Content Sequence AnalysisThe Talmud of Light and the Talmud of DarknessThe Jerusalem TalmudThe Babylonian TalmudThe Written TorahOverview: Chapters One through FiveBerakhos: Chapter OneMishna G'mara[3] Re: When the Kohanim may eat t'rumahBraisa (1): The Sh'ma may be read from whenBraisa (2):Braisa (3):Analysis:[4] Re: MishmarosBraisa:When did David arise? At midnight or at dusk? David: Protect me [o' Lord] for I am righteous (chassid ani) How could David call himself righteous if he questioned hisown righteousness?[5] Re:[1d][10] R. Levi b. Chama/Reish Lakish[11] R. Levi b. Chama/Reish Lakish[12] R. Yitzchak: If a person recites the Sh'ma at bedtime[26] If a person is God-fearing[30] Self-reproach is better than[33] R. Yochanan/R. Shimon b. Yochai[36] R. Yochanan/R. Shimon b. Yochai[39] R. Chiya b. Ami/Ula[40] R. Huna b. Yehuda/R. Menachem/R. Ami[44] Re: R. GamlielWhen is the latest that the Evening Sh'ma may be recited?MishnaG'mara MishnaG'maraMishnaG'mara[64] Braisa[65] Rav Chin'na Saba/RavRe: [65d]Re: Parshas BalakMishnaG'maraTosefta: Chapter One[Tl][T2][T3][T4][T5][T6][T7][T8][T10][T11][T12][T13][T14][T15][T16]The Jerusalem TalmudTractate Tamid Front Matter Title Page Parallels Between Tractates Berakhosand TamidR. Hirsch: Prayer and the TamidGeneral structure of the AmidahThe First Three BlessingsThe Middle BlessingsThe Last Three BlessingsRe: The Order of the Temple serviceContent Tamid: Chapter One MishnaG'mara MishnaG'mara Siyum of Tractate TamidAlexander the GreatIntroductory questionsBackground of the TamidAlexanderAlexander and the RabbisDarkness vs. LightMoralTamid and PesachTorah and MitzvosPesach epitomizes darknessPesach after tamidK'tores before or after tamid
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