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Shulchan Aruch HaRav: the Code of Jewish Law compiled by the Alter Rebbe (1770)
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The Alter Rebbe's Shulchan Aruch - Code of Jewish Law
With this modern translation of the Shulchan Aruch Harav, the English-reading public can study Jewish law as taught by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the Alter Rebbe, from the original source.
A Torah giant identifies three elements that characterize the unique legislative style of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi: organization, explanation, and arbitration.
The Shulchan Aruch ha-Rav is a halachic work that has no equal for conciseness combined with clarity, and legislation combined with explanation. What goals did Rabbi Schneur Zalman set for himself in this work? Why did it earn such widespread recognition?
Study the Alter Rebbe’s Shulchan Aruch
Study one halacha or more each day from the Shulchan Aruch (code of Jewish law) authored by the Alter Rebbe, R’ Schneur Zalman of Liadi.
He didn't write it specifically for his Chassidim, rather that it should be all-inclusive, for any neshamah.
Halakhah refers to Jewish law. Per its literal translation, “the way,” halachah guides the day-to-day life of a Jew.
SECTION 520 1 The laws regarding sweeping a house on a festival are the same as those that apply on Shabbos as explained in sec. 337[:2]. Consult that source. In that source, the Alter Rebbe rules: It is, however, forbidden to sweep [the earthen floor of]...
SECTION 510 Several Activities Forbidden to be Performed on a Festival and [the Possibility] of Performing Them When One Deviates [from his Ordinary Practice] (1-21) 1 [On a festival,] it is permitted to husk stalks of grain by hand Beitzah 12b. so that t...
SECTION 529 The Laws [Pertaining to] Rejoicing on a Festival (1-13) 1 Just as it is a mitzvah to honor the Shabbos and delight in it, so too, all the festivals [should be celebrated in such a manner, as alluded to by] the verse, Yeshayahu 58:13. See sec. ...
SECTION 528 The Laws [Pertaining to Establishing] Eruvin for Courtyards on a Festival (1-4) 1 Whether it is necessary to establish eruvin for courtyards and shitufin In this context, the term shituf refers to the halachic convention through which the resi...
SECTION 527 The Laws [Pertaining to] an Eruv Tavshilin (1-30) 1 Although it is forbidden to perform [any melachah,] even melachos associated with the preparation of food for the night after the festival [on the festival], Beitzah 17a; Pesachim 46b. See al...
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