When you can’t get to the Bais Medrash and you are looking forward to learning the Daf, no worries. We have the Solution. Participate in a Shiur of Daf Yomi with Chavrusas around the world in a Virtual Bais Medrash in the comfort of your home or where ever you may be.

Opportunities for the Homebound

Rabbi Yehuda Biala recognized a serious situation facing homebound individuals and for people who do not have the opportunity to learn the Daf in a Shiur environment with other people. He needed to come up with a solution, and he did. With a bit of creativity, a strong desire to help, and a love for learning, he developed an innovative concept. Real-time Chavrusa learning combined with a daily Daf Yomi shiur no matter where you may find yourselves in a Virtual Bais Medrash.

Homebound? Get Spellbound!!

There are so many scenarios of people all over the world that are immobile and, in turn, are not able to do the special things they dream about. Being limited, no matter what the reason can take a heavy toll on anyone, and can to lead loneliness and even depression. What could be more frustrating and disappointing than wanting to participate in a Daf Yomi Shiur with other people, but are homebound?

Rabbi Biala a Talmid Chacham, noted author and extremely tech-savvy, leads the way in developing unique programs that promote and enhance Torah learning. The latest inspiration: A Kollel learning the daily Daf Yomi program with as many people as possible learning with Chavrusas. Where is this Kollel located? The answer is, WHEREVER YOU ARE!!! Reb Yehuda will learn together with you and even do some teaching, sharing profound insights on each Daf in this Virtual Bais Medrash.

The Time is Now

This is perfect timing as the Daf Yomi world is starting a new Mesachta. Pesachim is on the horizon starting on November 23rd and so is the Kollel.

A new beginning, a new Kollel, a new innovative and exciting way to learn the Daf. Never be left out of a Daf Yomi shiur again, connect with Chavrusas from around the world, and embrace the excitement of a Bais Medrash.

The shiur will take place from Monday through Thursday from 9:00 pm to 10:30 pm IST – 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm EST. The last 15 minutes will be a review and insights given by Rabbi Yehuda Biala.

“……אחת שאלתי מאת שם שבתי בבית השם כל ימי חיי”

Here is the opportunity to accomplish this Pasuk, “To sit in the House of Hashem” and learn the Daf with Jews around the world in our Kollel in our Virtual Bais Medrash.

To join: Call Rabbi Biala 845-262-0561 or 972-53-346-5496 or email 7162343@gmail.com

Rabbi Yehuda Biala originally from Mountain Dale, New York, Yehuda made Aliya in 2012 to be where he and his family needed to be. As Yehuda puts it, “Being surrounded with Jews in the Holy Land is an incredibly exceptional gift.”

Today, living in Jerusalem with his family, he is learning in the Zichron Reuven Fishel Kollel. He is a vibrant source of energy in the Bais Medrash, as he digs deep into every Sugya, searching for absolute clarity in every issue of the Gemorrah.

Over the years Yehuda has transcribed and distributed his Rebbe’s Shiurim and has written his own Chidushim, setting his footprints in the Torah world.

This is not his only contribution to the Torah world. He has now embarked on a journey to produce various platforms to increase Torah learning in the most creative ways. Making the Torah alive and available to everyone in any circumstance is a mission that Yehuda is dedicating himself to. Everyone who has had the pleasure to meet and know Yehuda will testify that his love for every person is his number one priority. Developing these Torah platforms is just another way he is loving Klal Yisrael.

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