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Monday, October 27, 2008

Pashut

it can be read in the Petek that where it says be strong and courageous in your service Na Nach, that A: Rabbeinu is signing his name. B: He is speaking to you, as in, be strong and courageous in your service moishele, and from we can understand how Saba would say Ani Na Nach, cuz literally Rabbeinu speaks to whoever is reading the Petek and calls the reader Na Nach. C: the service itself is Na Nach, as in be strong and courageous in your service, selling stocks... lehavdel... in your service of Na Nach.

thats the triple wammy of pashut from that line in the Petek, take it or leave it, thats how it seems to this Na Nach, and as it says "never departs from the simple meaning."

secondly, to apply this to the last line about the sign being that they say you dont fast on 17 Tammuz. It is written in Zecharia that 17 Tammuz, 9 Av, Tzom Gedalia and 10 Tevet, are all gonna become "sasson vsimcha, moadim tovim, emet vshalom ehavu" just love peace and truth, and they become moadim tovim. This is again reffered to by Rambam in Mishne Torah Hilchos of fast days. The interesting thing is the Petek only refers to 17 Tammuz, however, thats fine, cuz its the first one mentioned in the pasuk in Zecharia, and therefore its like a domino effect, you get the 17 Tammuz, theyre all going cafe hafooch.

Even until it is clear how the days become chagim, we already can be happy now and celebrate having the Petek, and celebrate chag haPetek, and be bsimcha for 7 days in Tammuz and as we will be for 7 days in Av from 9-Tu Bav, and from Tzom Gedalih till Yom Kippur and some yet to be seen awesomeness in Tevet.

In Israel Saba, Saba is asked by a talmid if Mitzvah Gedolah Lehiot BSimcha applies to these days even as fasts before the full totall realization of the nevuah of Zecharia, and Saba answers in absolute clarity for all the read, YES we can def. be bsimcha on these days absolutely, it is a mitzvah always to be joyful.

Na Nach

****as per the Na NOach post and 17 Tammuz... heres the source of the pasuk about the fast days becoming yomim tovim in Zecharia, and i look forward to seeing the source about the 7 days of Yom Tov and the Chol HaMoed... will it maybe look like Chanukah for one of them? chazak vamatz!

Zecharia perek 8 pasuk 19

19 'Thus saith the LORD of hosts: The fast of the fourth month, and the fast of the fifth, and the fast of the seventh, and the fast of the tenth, shall be to the house of Judah joy and gladness, and cheerful seasons; therefore love ye truth and peace.יט כֹּה-אָמַר יְהוָה צְבָאוֹת, צוֹם הָרְבִיעִי וְצוֹם הַחֲמִישִׁי וְצוֹם הַשְּׁבִיעִי וְצוֹם הָעֲשִׂירִי יִהְיֶה לְבֵית-יְהוּדָה לְשָׂשׂוֹן וּלְשִׂמְחָה, וּלְמֹעֲדִים, טוֹבִים; וְהָאֱמֶת וְהַשָּׁלוֹם, אֱהָבוּ.


****following up on a comment about the reason for fasting relating to the Beis HaMikdash, would also like to make the pashut observation that malei vegadish mikav lekav also sounds like its speaking about the Beis HaMikdash, that it should be completely totally built, full and heaped up from end to end! may we be zoche to see and be together and dance and rejoice at the Bayis Shlishi bimhera biyameinu, Amen netzach sela vaed. This is also very profound as Saba mentions many times that Rabbeinu is Kodesh Kedoshim, and malei vegadish mikav lekav means to spread his books and teachings all over the entire world, so clearly, the key to building the Beis HaMikdash and the key to transforming the fast days into days of Sasson and Simcha and Moadim Tovim is through Hafatza, through being happy and singing and dancing. Yes we fast these days, and as Saba said, even as we await the Beis Hamikdash and Moshiach Tzidkeinu and Eliyahu Hanavi we can fulfill the mitzvah of lehiot bsimcha tamid on these fast days. It is absolutely clear that when the time comes, we will see that these days were transformed and the the Beis HaMikdash built through the merit and power of the Petek and Hafatza and Na Nach and Rabbeinu and Saba.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

It seems that you were Mechavein to my post (entitled Na-N(o)ach Week) as the very same time that I was writing mine about the period from 17 Tamuz to 9 Av being Yom Tov-Chol HaMoed-Yom Tov! (from shimonmatisyahu)

Anonymous said...

i just got back and read your post... your first just putting it up there inspired me to write mine and now i see yours and its like... woooooah... NA NACH!

im posting the source you mentioned...

Anonymous said...

I think as sincere Na Nach's we should not fast on 17 of tammuz.

Anonymous said...

I think as sincere Na Nach's we should not fast on 17 of tammuz.

Anonymous said...

In response to the previous two anonymous(s), as far as not fasting on an established Ta'anis is concerned, we have no right to change the Halacha until such time that the Gedolim, Moshiach or Eliyahu Hanavi will instruct us accordingly. The purpose of fasting is doing sincere Teshuva in light of the fact that we are still missing what we lost - the Beis HaMikdash as a result of what happened on the day we have the Ta'anis, and we are no less the cause of it until our Ma'asim Tovim bring back the Beis HaMikdash. (from shimonmatisyahu)

Dun Aryeh said...

Rabbanue said we can not change a letter of Shulchan Aruch.