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Shaar Hayichud: Chapter 10 - Part 1

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Gary Israel June 11, 2021

What does Rabbi mean by “it takes seven years”? Is there a significance to seven years in learning? Should one not give up learning a subject until one has given it seven years of study? Reply

Rabbi Mendel Adelman June 13, 2021
in response to Gary:

I don't think he had any deep meaning. He was just noting that the study of physics is a long process, not something that can be done overnight, as he was implying. It can sometimes take seven years of schooling to master physics. Reply

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