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Friday, July 11, 2008

World's first NOT Na Nach Sticker!

Na Nach history was made today. It's a famous saying "There is no such thing as negative publicity." Rebbe Nachman says that "Hashem is always with the pursued." The sticker was posted all over and around one of our Hafatza stands here in Safat. As well as other places I suppose. The sticker read "Na Nach ze lo Breslev bishvil lehiot 'Breslever' tzirik l'Ovod Kashe" which translates as "Na Nach is not Breslev because to be a 'Breslever' one needs to work hard." Every Na Nacher that saw this sticker here in Safat was very happy to to see it. We all sensed that the "Opposers" are now officially getting scared, and that we were now being pursued and hence that Hashem is with us.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

chazaq weematz yes this is a good sign. if someone wants to say i don't know about the petek or who knows then ok, but to say that it's false or not breslev?! what chutzpah. maaseh avot siman lebanim yosef was the tzaddik and dreamer and his brothers hated him nanach

Anonymous said...

DO you guys have any idea who released the stickers?

saba-noon said...

Yes, we suspect that it was this big and upcoming 'Breslov Rav". If it is him, he's a nice enough guy but sadly uninformed. Apparently he was against Na Nach at one time then a little for it and now apparently "against" (as if anyone can oppose Rebbe Nachman). If I see this man around I will be sure to smile at him and say na nach, he brought so much joy to my heart). Finally an affirmation that we are making an impression here in Safat.

Anonymous said...

Many Na Naches work very hard on avodas Hashem.

shimonnachmanshilo said...

when i first read this, i thought the Na Nach's put the sticker up, and i thought it was funny, because really breslov is hard when you are depressed, and Na Nach is happy, so naturally it's not hard, like Yaakov working in love for Rachel, it's a happy breeze.

saba-noon said...

It's true, the only reason I know I worked hard at being Na Nach is that I'm sweating and hungry and tired after Hafatza. But when I'm in it time flies. It's like being in love for the first time.

NaaNaach said...

The mishna says לפום צערא אגרא - reward is based on effort. Therefore all those out there seeking reward must work hard. Nanach however are not in it for the reward, Nanach is their truth, their reality, their love and live connection with the One and Only G-d, hence it's very simple for them. Those seeking reward will get the hardships their expecting, and the Nanach will delight with G-d for free!
Long live the Nanach!

saba-noon said...

The reward of a mitzvah is the mitzvah itself.