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Rebbe Rebbe

cially “slept”, just dozed and when awoken got back into learning.

He didn’t sleep all night, and many times would relate to me that he only slept about 2 hours the night before. I didn’t under- stand how someone with so little sleep can give shiurim like a ma- chine non stop. He literally didn’t stop giving shiur. He barely had time to put food in his mouth for breakfast.

His seder hayom in the yeshiva would be Shaharit (which he would show up the first), and immediately after shaharit without wasting even a minute, he would give a Halacha for about 30 minutes.

Right after Kaddish, not having enough time to put away his Tallis and teffilin he went to give the morning daf yomi shi- ur (besides the night day Yomi shiur he used to give), im- mediately after that with no break whatsoever there was another shiur to the bale batim on any topic they wanted to learn.

Just as he would finish with them, he would call over the Kollel avrechim to give a shiur to them. By the time he was finished the time was already almost 1:30pm and Rebbi did this on 2-3 hours of sleep.

Rebbe Rebbe


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