1. Commit to Shulchan Aruch
The entire Shulchan Aruch Harav, Code of Jewish Law authored by the Alter Rebbe, is once again being divided to be studied over the next 24th of Teves 5780.
Organized by the Lubavitch Youth Organization (“Tzach”), this is the fifth time this initiative is happening. Once committing to a siman, a link to a PDF is available for online study.
Join today at alterrebbe.org
For English speakers, check out shulchanaruchharav.com
2. Study Tanya online
For 6 years now, Rabbi Shimon Aisenbach of Toronto, Canada, has been presenting classes in the Alter Rebbe’s Tanya for online viewers, totaling 190 lessons to date.
A class is posted each week and he is holding at chapter 42 in Tanya, committing himself to continue covering the entire foundational text of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.
These lessons are about the simple and straightforward meaning of the Tanya, conveyed
in clear and simple terminology, with each lesson including a video and text to easily follow along.
Start learning at tanyaonline.com
3. Watch a farbrengen
Rabbi Moshe Weinberger, Rov of Congregation Aish Kodesh in Woodmere, New York, and Mashpia/mashgiach ruchani at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, led the Chof Daled Teves Farbrengen at the Baal Shem Tov Library in Flatbush.