Rambam – Daily Study
The daily study of Rambam, was instituted by the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 5744 (1984), with three tracks (levels) so that every Jewish person could participate at some level.
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How it is done
One learns one chapter of the Mishneh Torah every single day. Occasionally, it will be a portion of a unique addition of the Rambam, such as the Rambam’s liturgy of Prayer or of the Hagadah for Pesach. It is therefore advisable to follow the study cycle with a study guide (Moreh Shiur) so that you maintain a correct pattern.
One Chapter a Day in Chayenu
Chayenu includes the one-chapter-per-day track, enabling one to complete the entire Mishneh Torah in just under 3 years!
This section features the only comprehensive English translation of Rambam, alongside the (vowelled) Hebrew, including valuable, insightful footnotes.
Chayenu has gone to great lengths to add the following features, to make it more user friendly:
- Included vowels in the Hebrew
- Reformatted the entire Rambam, with Hebrew and English side-by-side on the same page, for easier cross-reference.
- Included only those footnotes which directly affect understanding Pshat (basic meaning), and omitting the in-depth, analytical ones (which are very valuable, and are a good reason to invest in purchasing the set, but may be too deep for the average learner)
- Included occasional diagrams or charts.
Publisher: Moznaim Publishers