A System of Learning
j rosenberg, Jun 29, 1995 - 130 pages
Valuable straightforward advice on how to succeed in Learning. Whatever a person learned in this world and found it impossible to truly understand, he will merit to understand perfectly in the World-to-come. [Sefer HaMidos, Limud. 8]. Habitual learning supersedes the fulfilment of all the mitzvos. [Loc. Cit. 33] A person should study even if he doesn't understand. [Loc. Cit. 38] Based on the Teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov and His Holy Disciples
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Very interesting. Very different focus than traditional Lithuanian yeshiva study. Strong emphasis on bikius (specifically shulchon oruch). I was surprised - was expecting something different when I saw that it was Breslov (i was thinking of Na, nach, nachman guys..) There was a lot of insight.