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Understanding is required to fulfill one's obligation in studying the Oral Torah, but exceptions apply if comprehension is beyond one's control.
It took over eight years, but I completed all 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud.

Many believe that truth is the domain of great minds, so that the greater your intellect, the closer you can come to the truth.

But truth is that which knows no bounds. If it is genuine truth, it is to be found everywhere equally.

The same truth that the profound philosopher grasps by intellectual extrapolation and...

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