In August, the Jewish world began a thirteenth cycle of daf yomi — a program of learning one page of Talmud each day to read the entire work in seven and a half years. Â Some read the daf in English, some in the original Aramaic, some with the commentaries on the side; some learn it alone, others in daily lectures or in hevruta. Â A group of liberal rabbis are recording daily seven-minute podcasts about the daf called Daily Daf Differently. Â For the coming week (11/16-22), our own Rabbi Emma Kippley-Ogman is podcasting here:Â http://jcastnetwork.org/ddd. Â Have a listen!
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