SOMEONE once said, “It will change your life, no doubt about that.”
Imagine doing something everyday for at least an hour. Forget everyday things like sleeping and breathing — think meaningful dedication.
Daf Yomi, or “page of the day,” is a world-wide program for Jewish people to engage in studying the Talmud every single day. The study schedule is coordinated worldwide, so that every class in every country studies the same topic at the same time.
Sounds simple, right?
Daf Yomi was begun in August, 1923, by Rabbi Meir Shapiro. Originally meant as a lesson plan for religious youth in Poland, the program drew lots of attention across the world.