(That’s a quote from the 1985 hit Day by Day. I could have quoted the 1971 hit of the same name but that’s from Godspell and then things start to get tricky.)
Every (non-yom tov week)day, OU Torah adds new content, which appears on our home page under the heading “Featured.” And, for those of you who follow us on Facebook and Twitter (which you totally should be doing!), we post and tweet what each day’s new content is. And that’s great. But there’s so much we take for granted because it’s always there! (I am speaking, of course, of OU Torah’s many daily series!)
Of course, there’s Daf Yomi, featuring daily daf shiurim by Rabbi Moshe Elefant and Rabbi Shalom Rosner, as well as a variety of supplemental shiurim that appear each and every day.
We have the OU’s Shoshana Grossman Nach Yomi – complete the Books of the Prophets and the Writings in only two years with shiurim from a wide array of popular speakers. (Also available via a daily email.)
In parsha, there’s Shnayim Mikra – the same format as Nach Yomi but for Chumash, with seven aliyah-by-aliyah shiurim on each parsha. (Likewise available via a daily email.)
For mishnayos, there’s Mishna Yomit – two mishnayos a day, complete all of Shas Mishnayos in six years! (This cycle resumes from the beginning in March, so more information will be forthcoming, but you can start now or any time!)
In halacha, there’s Mishnah Brurah Yomi, an audio shiur by Rabbi Aaron E. Glatt, MD, and HaShoneh Halachos 2: Mishneh Torah, a text feature by yours truly (which is also available via a daily email.)
Finally, in mitzvos, there’s Sefer HaMitzvot – an audio shiur by Rabbi Shalom Rosner – and Taryag, in text format by yours truly. These two series run side-by-side each day, each feature covering the same mitzvos as the other. (Taryag is also available as The Taryag Companion, in both hardcover and softcover formats from OU Press.)
How do you find all this great DAILY content? All you have to do is scroll down the page past the features – it’s all there, every day by day by day! Check it out on OU Torah and by using the OU Torah app for iOS!
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