The Transformative Daf: Kesubos, Volume 2 : Daf 58-112
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.
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– Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter, professor of Jewish history and Jewish thought; senior scholar, Yeshiva University
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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.”
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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, Aish.com, 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.
|Author||Rabbi Daniel Friedman|
|Number of pages||224|
|Binding type||Hard Cover|