The Transformative Daf Tractate Nedarim Volume 2 Daf 47 - 91[Hardcover]

Brand: Mosaica Press
By: Daniel Friedman
Product ID: 9781957579481
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What if each and every word of the Gemara was life-changing? What if we could see how every single Talmudic debate, every scenario, every idea impacts the way we view ourselves and the world around us?

When you first open up The Transformative Daf, you discover a whole new way of looking at the Gemara. No example is random. No debate is tangential. Beneath the surface discussion of every sugya lies an eternal moral message.

But then you examine the abundant sources in The Transformative Daf and you realize that this approach is not new at all. Building on classic works such as Ben Yehoyada, Maharsha, Iyun Yaakov, and various Torah commentaries, it’s clear that Rabbi Friedman builds on a rich Torah tradition of deriving meaning and application for daily life.

Whether you are baki b’Shas or new to Gemara, every page of The Transformative Daf will inspire you with a lesson for life that is insightful, meaningful, and transformative!

Now that you’ve learned the daf, how will your life be transformed?

Whether you’ve been doing daf yomi for years or you’re not quite ready to commit but want to be part of the daf yomi global movement, there’s something in The Transformative Daf for everyone.

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Every page of the Gemara, every word, every letter, contains the secrets of the universe to achieving a life of simchah and purpose. Transform your life today!

"One leaves the daf enriched not only by the talmud Torah itself but by the practical lessons it provides for us as Jews and as human beings - every daf, every day. An excellent resource for scholar and novice alike."
-Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter, professor of Jewish history and Jewish thought; senior scholar, Yeshiva University

"One cannot help but be enriched by Rabbi Friedman’s combination of psychological acuity, human compassion, and religious fervor."
-Rabbi Yona Reiss, Av Beis Din, Beth Din Zedek, Chicago Rabbinical Council

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-Rabbi Yitzchak A. Breitowitz, Rav, Kehillat Ohr Somayach

"For the Talmud’s every single page, Rabbi Friedman uncovers and blissfully delivers a life lesson that is profound, pertinent, and unforgettable."
-Rabbi Hanoch Teller, renowned author, lecturer, and producer

About The Author:
Rabbi Daniel Friedman is currently on his fourth daf yomi cycle. He received semichah yadin yadin from Rav Gedalia Dov Schwartz, zt"l, Av Beis Din of the Beth Din of America. He has served communities in the US, Canada, Australia, and the UK. His articles have appeared in the Journal of Halacha and Contemporary Society, YU Lamdan, the Jewish Press, the Jerusalem Post,, and numerous other outlets. He was the inaugural chair of the National Holocaust Monument of Canada and is a world-renowned expert on the intersection of halachah and international relations.

Rabbi Dr. Daniel Friedman is the founder of the Center for Torah Values. He received his PhD in International Relations from the University of Alberta and advanced rabbinical ordination semicha yadin yadin from Rav Gedalia Dov Schwartz of the Beth Din of America. He served as senior rabbi of Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue, London, the 1200-member flagship shul of Anglo Jewry, rabbi of Beth Israel the Family Shul of Edmonton, Canada, and rabbi of Newtown Synagogue, Sydney, Australia. He was the inaugural chair of the National Holocaust Monument of Canada and was a delegate to the World Holocaust Forum 2020 at Yad Vashem. His articles have appeared in The Jewish Week, Jerusalem Post, Jewish Press, Jewish Link, Jewish Journal, Haaretz, Jerusalem Report,, National Post (Canada), OU Jewish Action and numerous other outlets. He is married to Rabbanit Batya and they have five daughters.

Binding: Hardcover
Size: 6" x 9"
Language: English
Pages: 160
Publisher: Mosaica Press
ISBN-13: 978-1957579481
ISBN-10: 195757948X

The Transformative Daf Tractate Nedarim Volume 2 Daf 47 - 91[Hardcover]
By: Rabbi Daniel Friedman

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