Sunday, January 25, 2015
It feels like whenever I resolve to study more and daven more, I end up doing the opposite. It's clearly the yetzer hara's work. But how do I break away from it's grasp? How do I become all that I want to become, and all that Hashem has shown me that I can become? It's so incredibly frustrating! Whenever I want to make a step forward, I always fall back. Sometimes I don't study enough, and sometimes I eat food without the proper certification. I never eat anything really awful like pork, but eating something that isn't certified is just as bad! I try to eat as kosher as possible, except for when I see something that I used to eat before I became kosher, like Kraft cheese.
The thing is, I want to be better and I want to change, but I'm stuck in an old pattern that's horribly difficult to overcome.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
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Published on January 18, 2015 by AllFaith.com.
Clapping ones hands in prayer is an effective way to increase the intensity one brings to Hitbodedut (personal prayer). In this AllFaith.com video we discover some of Rebbe Nachman's secrets to successful prayer. We also enjoy the beautiful music of Ani Kodesh ("You are Holy") from the awesome Israeli film Ushpizin.
Presentation by AllFaith.com
Some of texts based on The Fiftieth Gate
Likutey Tefilot, published by Breslov Institute
Friday, January 16, 2015
There were at least 1 800 000 people to bury also. Each tribe was taking out their own leader.. except Narchon who was having trouble taking our Jehuda who was turning in his grave due to a promise he made to Jakob. He would never leave Egypt without Benjamin. Without Josef no one would be able to cross the sea and he knew it.
That makes it even more strange.
When Moses finally did take Josef out he didn't let anyone touch him except Joshua who appointed 10 trusted men to carry Josef. Serach Bat Asher lived at least till 400 and buried the man that should have married her (for those that want to know, she was adopted from outside the tribe). 600 000 had refused to keep the formal promise made to G-d and Josef.
SO VERY STRANGE
This can only be a set up for the requirement of Rabbi Nachman: "why do you worry I go before you, just be together and I will be with you" Before you to the land of Israel.(Saba Israel) and I will be with you the bones. This is a bit like Josef....also all the shekels are the people of Ebay Ha Nachal and the wheat comes from Ukraine etc etc (josef is the wheat and the money of the world).
About 1/3 of Ebay Ha Nachal is occupied by the garden of Mordecai, which is actually the property of everyone doing the Hafatsa of Saba.
All mafitsim are therefor land owners....friends you are MEN!!
The Tzasddik is compared to the earth that everyone steps on but attracts everything ton it.
Saba said "Na Nach turns beasts into sons of man"
Thursday, January 15, 2015
The Greenback illustrates abolitionists
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Rebbe Nachman's wisdom is world renown. This video is based on his teachings as presented in the book: Israel Saba, Conversations of Rabbi Israel Dov Odesser.
What is the path to true wisdom? Rebbe Nachman and Saba tell us that true wisdom is ultimately simple.
Video created by Shlomo Phillips January 13.2015
AllFaith.com Music by: Nanach.com
Text by: Rabbi Israel Saba
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
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Thursday, January 1, 2015
It is my honor, privilege and obligation to invite someone from your embassy to join me for an event which corresponds to the one year anniversary of the first visit by a Canadian Prime Minister to the State of Israel. When I was told I could invite a friend, I was expected to bring someone wearing a Na Nach kippa (since I represent the project to Bring Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem).
Since I can feel the interest His Most Honourable Prime Minister, Mr.Stephen Harper has for this historical operation, I am taking the liberty to contact your embassy. I know he would want me to do this. I will gladly fax you the details. The event taking place on Jan 20, 2015 is being organized by the Druze Community in honor of Major Sargent Zidan Saif.
If you are invited to attend on your own, please inform me so I can invite another person involved if the project.
In great admiration,
Geoffrey Max Mordecai Spiro
December 31, 2014
Sunday, December 28, 2014
Thursday, December 25, 2014
You may not like where you are today, but you never know where you will be tomorrow. The day before he was sold into slavey, Yosef did not know that he had only one free day left for 22 years. But he chose to always be happy and look towards H'', just like Reb Noson OBM. Though he was attacked viciously his whole life for being Breslov, for the sake of the true tzaddik he stayed strong. Yosef had the aspect of the true tzaddik. Others attacked him but eventually realized that they had to do otherwise for the sake of all that's good and fair. The actions of others really do not matter much compared to a person's bold service of H''.
So don't be even the slightest bit sad in the process of what you are doing for Israel!
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Tuesday, December 23, 2014
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Sunday, December 21, 2014
The first time, he gives his daughter to Josef (obeying Pharaoh) seven years later Josef does not marry Serach Bat Acher (because of him) and this failure by the high priest results in Egyptian famine. Had Josef replaced the priesthood, no such famine would have occurred! For those who don't accept that Alef Vav Noun is sin (since the spelling is ayn vav noun) please look at the Haftarah for Hanukka where the seven eyed stone (alef beit noun) appears by the word sin (alef ayen noun) and Cohen Gadol. This is not mere chance..but comes to confirm how central this lesson is for understanding this section of the Torah.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Sunday, December 14, 2014
About the experience of Juda and why he left his brothers....(VAYESHEV..)
Josef because he was so pure "didn't understand" that his brothers were in Dotan (where the loot from Schem was buried). Jews are supposed to be builders, creative not predators or worse, scavangers, Kosher does have a definition. Josef never said a bad word about his brothers, he simply didn't understand them. He was born from the TEARS of Rachel and was absolutely the opposite of Rachels father Laban. (the mere fact that he let go of the cloths showed he feared becoming unpure and this fear was the only sin he ever committed, it also disqualified him as being absolutely pure).
Everyone loved Laban, to their own death and destiny in Hell. The boys had gone to the "Laban Youth" movement which made the Hitler Youth seem like cubscouts. This can be understood because G-d mentions the generations of Amalek, but the brother of Rivka is NOT mentioned, Mr. blank- 'ytmar shmo'.
Under those circumbstances why shouldn't Jacob get Josef out of there ASAP, considering him and Benjamin "pure" by comparison to their brothers. An event that confirms this is that the only person Jacob could trust enough to believe about the existence of Josef was Serach bat Asher who was adopted and had not grown up in Lavan land. After the despicable sin of premeditated murder of their saintly brother, the boys quarelling was even greater then before but Juda was cunning enough to cause them all to "take a profit" from the deed, so no one would betray, squeal ("spill the beans"), it's not written anywhere but what makes us sure they didn't pull the pagan loot out and split it?
Juda found it preferable to "lead from a distance" and became friends with local idol worshipers who are mentioned by name, a sign that G-d has respect for them. In fact Tamar is the daughter of a friend of a friend all this is explicitly spelled out. To understand how LOW the brothers (and us) are at this point you need an old "scientific axium" "every action has an equal and opposite reaction" or the letter R which in Hebrew is pronounced Reish means head in Arameic turned on it's head this letter looks like a shoe and this is the letter the word shoe starts with. This is no surprise since the head (Josef) was sold for shoes. The two letters combined symbolise the whole body "head to toe" but form the word light. This action by the brothers put out the light and the feet followed the head in to the dark depths of Egyptian slavery.
Under these circumbstances Juda found among the Goyim (which are the body) a mentor and a tutor on a higher level them him, who pulled him up enough for him to be the new leader to his brothers that were at the level of shoe soles.
Since Rabbi Nachman is being kept in Uman by the religious establishment who are negating the simple Halacha, it appears nothing has changed at all since then.
Saying Na Nach reverses this extremely regrettable situation. Saying Na Nach is the complete rectification and I can demonstrate this.