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AT Daily! is Sal’s live show based on the Daf Yomi cycle of Talmud study. The cycle began on January 5, 2020 and with God’s help, Sal will cover crucial highlights from each day’s page for seven and a half years!
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Topics covered: Chapter 1, Mishna 2 Once the search for leaven, chametz, has been completed, we need not worry that a marten (so furry and cute!) has entered the house and dragged away some chametz leaving crumbs behind. One …
Topics covered: Chapter 1, Mishna 1 Why do we search for chametz, leaven, by the light of a ner, lamp-flame? Spiritual, biblical and practical reasons. Which places are exempt from the search for leaven? With respect to places that …
Topics covered: Chapter 1, Mishna 1 Why do we nullify chametz, leaven, in our homes at the time we search for it on the night before Passover begins? Can we nullify it after the Festival begins? What happens if …
Topics covered: Chapter 1, Mishna 1 If a Jew is storing a non-Jew’s leaven during Pesach, Passover, because he’s not financially responsible for it, what else must he do to separate himself from these food products? What if we …
Topics covered: Chapter 1, Mishna 1 A Psalm of Thanksgiving! We know we search for leaven on the night of the 14th of Nissan, but when do we remove it from our possession? How is the time derived? How …
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