- Imagine yourself surrounded by family and friends, celebrating your siyum on Shisha Sidrei Mishnah.
- Imagine celebrating the Siyum Mishnayos together with your son or grandson, who has learned them with you.
- Imagine your feeling of accomplishment as you recite the Hadran, knowing you’ve been part of a worldwide learning program.
- And imagine … that you can reach this landmark in fewer than six years, by learning only two mishnayos each day!
You don’t have to imagine it. The 14th cycle of Mishnah Yomi begins Shabbos, 21 Teves (December 25, 2021) — and ArtScroll will help you be a part of it with an amazing offer:
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The concept of Mishnah Yomi goes back to 1934, when the Kozoglover Gaon, Rav Meir Shapiro’s successor as Rosh Yeshivas Chachmei Lublin, suggested adding the study of one mishnah a day in Seder Zeraim and Seder Taharos to the Daf Yomi cycle, since there are no Gemara masechtos on those sedarim. In 1947, the idea was broadened to include all six Sidrei Mishnah — and the two-mishnayos-a-day initiative was born.
ArtScroll offers three different Mishnayos formats, each an incredible resource for those wanting to join Mishnah Yomi.
The Schottenstein Edition Mishnah Elucidated: Featuring a flowing translation and concise elucidation in the format of the Schottenstein Talmud, this edition is perfect for anyone seeking a clear, basic understanding of the Mishnah. It also includes in-depth notes for a deeper understanding, as well as the commentary of Rabbi Ovadiah Bartenura.
The Ryzman Edition Hebrew Mishnah: Multilevel Hebrew-language elucidation of Mishnah. Each volume contains the full text of the Mishnah, the commentary of Rabbi Ovadia Bartenura, a phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation in readable Hebrew, as well as expanded explanations of the Mishnah for a greater understanding of the p’shat.
ArtScroll Mishnah with the Yad Avraham Commentary: ArtScroll’s first Mishnah Series includes clear translation, diagrams and illustrations, and the Yad Avraham commentary covering a broad range of commentators.
They’re all great. Pick the one that’s best for you and get started for your siyum!