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Published on Mar 17, 2011
More at http://home.jemedia.org/ One should search for ways to bring another Jew to the study of Maimonides' Mishneh Torah. One way is to celebrate the conclusion of Mishneh Torah, which includes in it all the laws of the Oral Torah. If you cause a tumult that there will be a celebration tomorrow, or the next day, those who don't know what it is will start to ask: "What is the excitement?" What is it all about?" And most importantly they will ask: "What does this mean for me?"
To serve as an everlasting memento of the event, each celebration should have someone deliver a novel insight explaining a passage of Mishneh Torah. They should discuss a subject that is fitting for publication, to be distributed amongst those who take part in the celebration. Then each one can bring the memento home and show his wife and children that he was at this celebration and this was discussed, and he can ask his son, daughter or wife for their thoughts on the subject as well.