The Limmud Sugia Social Beit Midrash


<a href="http://limmud.sugia.net/source/the-mitzva-of-learning/?id=1281" target="_balnk">The Mitzva of Learning</a>

The Mitzva of Learning

Relating to this source >
1. Why are we commanded to learn?
2. Why are we commanded to teach?
3. Is learning a means to an end or an end in itself

<a href="http://limmud.sugia.net/source/you-will-understand/?id=1281" target="_blank">You Will Understand</a>

You Will Understand

Relating to this source >
1. What does it mean to “understand the fear of the Lord”?
2. What does it mean to “attain knowledge of God”?
3. Are these the same thing?
4. What is the ultimate purpose of learning?

<a href="http://limmud.sugia.net/source/learn-all-night/?id=1281" target="_blank">Learn All Night</a>

Learn All Night

Relating to this source >
1. Do you agree that most of one’s wisdom comes at night?
2. We usually sleep at night and our houses do not burn.
How do we make sense of this source?


See here the full Chavruta resource book >

The tradition of studying together on Tikkun Leyl Shavuot – the eve of Shavuot
– epitomises the Jewish passion for and commitment to communal learning.

The model of Chavruta – exploring Jewish texts with a partner or a group –
creates a space for reflection, growth, participation, diversity and tolerance.
Through this resource we hope to bring together the tradition of Tikkun Leyl Shavuot
and the model of Chavruta to supplement your learning event. Read more>