Beyond BT contributor, Ilanit Meckley brings to our attention a website called www.oneg-shabbat.org where people can register to be either be Shabbos hosts or Shabbos guests.
Here’s the link for Rabbi Goldson’s Aish article on Mishna 2.2:
“Rabban Gamliel the son of Rabbi Yehuda the Prince said, Torah study is good with a worldly occupation, because the exertion put into both of them makes one forget sin. All Torah without work will ultimately result in desolation and will cause sinfulness.
All who work for the community should work for the sake of Heaven, for the merit of the community’s forefathers will help them, and their righteousness endures forever. And as for you, God will reward you greatly as if you accomplished it on your own.”
Here’s the link for Rabbi Goldson’s Aish article on Mishna 2.8:
“The more Torah, the more life; the more study, the more wisdom; the more advice, the more understanding; the more charity, the more peace. One who acquires a good name acquires it for himself; one who acquires words of Torah has acquired himself a share in the World to Come.”
Here’s the link to the Internet Parsha Sheet compiled by Chaim Shulman of Teanack. Chaim has a fantastic ability to consistently put together a great collection of Divrei Torah on the parsha every week.
This past Wednesday, Daf Yomi started one of the classic Shas chapters, Arvei Pesachim (Daf 99b) which deals with a lot of the inyanim of kiddush, brochos, seder night, etc.. If you have some time, why not give a listen to the daf at the newly redesigned OU Site.