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Forty Days

If you start learning Mishnayos Megillah on the fourth day of Adar (Tuesday, March 11th) and learn just three Mishnayos a day (after Maariv, with your son, etc.), you will complete the entire mesechta on Purim, and if you then continue to learn Mishnayos Pesachim starting on Purim (it is a mitzvah to begin learning Hilchos Pesach on Purim, as brought in the Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chayim 429; Mishne Berurah seif katan 2), you will complete Mishnayos Pesachim before Pesach!

Many of us are familiar with the "segula" of davening (or having a shliach daven for you) at the Kosel for forty days in a row in order to obtain a particular yeshua that is needed. In fact, Rabbi Moshe Shternbuch, Shlita (Teshuvos V’Hanhagos 4:61) writes that this segula can be accomplished in any Bais HaMedrash or Bais Haknesses, if you expressly enter to daven for this particular need. The key to success is temidus (consistency and constancy) in a Makom Kadosh.

Note: Perhaps this very fact--that your shul can serve as your Mikdash Me’atcan reignite your sensitivity to your very own shul’s kedusha.

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Reprinted with permission from Hakhel MIS

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