Saturday, May 31, 2008
Any Nanach worldwide can apply for a grant to sponsor his nanach related activities.
All donations and grants will be listed on our site.
Friday, May 30, 2008
This Shabos Beh"y EL is going to be in Flatbush and we're going to join him for a Nanach Seuda.
BeH"y I plan on going to Uman for Shavuos.
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Yaakov Shurun (son of Dov Shurun) has joined the Nanach van. Last night he recieved a grand welcome at Pathmark Monsey, the AYGS brought a friend (an upcoming nanach) in his Hamaspik van, and Chaim Dovid came with YF, and we did some hafatza. Then we hit the mikveh and spent over an hour parying with a chasidshe yeshiva, and Nanach was The Word. We just finished having breakfast by NL, and BH"Y we'll be on our way to meet EL in Farwalkay for an interview from the radio.
We see from here how important Hafatza and the printing of Rabbanues sefarim is.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
The reason why the pundriks were so successful was they integrated some very strong and true concepts into their mixture of lies and emptiness. They seized head-on two powerful concepts from Judaism and made into the main part of their religion. These are the concept of Emuna Pshutah and the concept of Tzadik Yesod Olam.
Monday, May 26, 2008
Sunday, May 25, 2008
|Rolling with the Na Nachs, the most high-spirited and newest Hasidic sect|
|By Adam Molner|
Dressed in characteristic woven white skullcaps, adherents perform leaping dances on street corners in the secular bastion of Tel Aviv, to techno-Hassidic music blasting from vans bearing the slogan "Na Nach Nachma Nachman Me'uman," which has informally lent its name to the newest of Hasidic sects.
The Na Nachs, as some of the group call themselves, are an offshoot of the Bratslav Hassidim, followers of the late Rebbe Nachman (1772-1810), great-grandson of the founder of Hasidism. But what separates Na Nachs from other Bratslavers is their belief that a mysterious letter found in 1962 by Rabbi Israel Dov Odesser, a Bratslaver Hasid from Tiberias, was a miraculous message from Rebbe Nachman himself, and that the mantra it contained, which mentioned Nachman and his burial place, Uman, Ukraine, was a "Letter from Heaven."
All other Bratslaver groups reject the validity of the letter. But this does not deter Na Nachs from believing it to be "the new song through which all of Israel will be redeemed."
Among them is Shmuel David Ravitch, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania into what he calls a "normal Jewish house." His family was secular, but observed the holidays. In 1990, Ravitcher became religious, ultimately spending 13 years with Chabad. But he came to find the Chabad experience unsatisfying.
Oddly enough, given the uniquely Israeli roots of the Na Nachs, it was in Chicago that Ravitch was first introduced to them. "We met a guy who came to America to meet a girl in Chicago. He was Na Nach, and he started to tell us about Na Nach," Ravitch recalls.
"I already knew, because I was in Uman before, but he told us more. One day at Purim time we saw the guys in the van. We were curious and we ran after the van. And they asked 'Hey, do you want to come with us.' And I did. And that was my education."
For others, the brightly colored vans were their introduction to Na Nach. Adorned in stickers bearing the picture of Rabbi Odesser and covered in large decals of the mantra, the vans have been key to attracting new devotees.
For onetime Eliezer Grunwald, born into a Hasidic family in Monsey, New York, an encounter with a Na Nach van crew played an intrinsic role in his conversion. Grunwald had attended yeshiva, where, he said, he had merely gone through the motions to keep his family happy. He was more interested in partying than Torah.
After a while, he felt like he "was wasting his time in America." All his friends started going to Israel, so he decided to follow suit. In Israel his life soon began to revolve around partying and playing in rock bands. It wasn't long before the novelty began to wear off. His mundane routine wore on and on, until one night when he saw the van.
Grunwald was intrigued by the dancing Na Nachs and decided to start dancing right alongside them. "I saw them every night," Grunwald said. Over time, he began to acquire a large collection of Na Nach literature which he procured from the van. It was the literature that he obtained from the van that would spark the transformation in his life.
After a long night of partying, he returned home drunk and depressed. In desperation, he reached for a random title from his bookshelf and opened it up. He looked at the random passage which said, "you're a sinner, but G-d still loves you." After that, he began to open up, he says, and has been Na Nach ever since. That was six years ago.
He decided to stay in Israel for good and now lives in Safed with his wife.
For secular onlookers, the vans and their broadly smiling crewmen evoke mixed reactions, often negative when the Na Nachs are nowhere in sight.
"They are crazy, they stop in the middle of the highway they put their car in the middle of the highway and get out and start dancing," comments one bystander.
"They are good people, but they are all crazy," concludes another.
When the van is present, however, onlookers' expressed perceptions often tend to be more accepting.
"It's good, they bring the Torah and people to the religion."
"They're the most amazing guys I ever heard about."
"It's just funny, it's just nice."
The vans belong to the Keren, which is the organization that prints the books of Rebbe Nachman and Rabbi Odesser. All gasoline is paid for by the Keren with the money that is made from the books which are sold at cost. The van serves two functions. The first is to spread the message through literature. Na Nachs can be seen regularly on street corners, music blaring, standing next to a table full of books.
The second stated function is to drive around and dance to spread joy to the people. This is the most well known and also the most crowd pleasing. Both types of "missions" are referred to as a haftza, a Hebrew-derived expression denoting "spreading," and participation is strictly on a volunteer basis. In recent observations, the van crews appear to be succeeding in their mission of spreading joy. Many observers who are not Na Nach can often be seen joining in the dancing.
Even when no van is near, public opinion can be in their favor. "They can keep dancing, it's fun," remarks Liron Slonimsky. "They put some life spirit in the streets."
Friday, May 23, 2008
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman
Bar Yochi Understands the most frequent visitors to his Tzion
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman
Bar Yochi Nullifies harsh judgments from those that are happy
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman
Bar Yochi Applauds those that wake up for Chatzot
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman
Bar Yochi Rejoices in those that go to the Mikvah
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman
Bar Yochi Yearns for those that study Shulchan Aruch every day
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman
Bar Yochi Emancipates those that study Zohar
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman
Bar Yochi Honers those that do Hisbodedute
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman
Can be printed on one letter sheet front and back
or on one side by printing two pages per sheet
and easily widespread.
Look it over and let me know what you think.
"Compassion for every member of Israel. What is this? There is already such a Likutei Tefilot in the world, such a Likutei Moharan, and such a Likutei Halakhot and such a Sippurei Ma`asiot, how can we sleep?! .... We need to call a majority assembly... to see what this is. Were there ever before words like this in the world?!... to bring some book to each house ... What does the world think, why was the world created? For money, for cravings?! What is this!" -- Sabba Israel, Sixty Men of Might
Happy Lag and Shabbat Shalom,
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Me'Uman!
Thursday, May 22, 2008
Mazal Tov to our very own AYGS, may he be zoche to take Nanach with his Kalla all the way forever. Personal thanks for all that he's done for us, and as some of us are frequent to say: Keep up the good work, Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
ALL ABLED PEOPLE, THAT IS MALES SPORTING A BEARD AND PEYOS, ARE NEEDED TO JOIN US ON JUNE 1 IN AN ALL OUT DISPLAY OF NA NACH NACHMU NACHMUN MAYUMAN! IF YOU QUALIFY OR IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW SOMEONE THAT DOES QUALIFY, PLEASE CONTACT US AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!
NANACH! URGENT! NANACHNACHMU! URGENT! NANACHNACHMUNACHMUNMAyUMAN!!!
Sunday, May 18, 2008
We need a two sentence mission statement asap: all suggestions are welcome, it should probable state something to the tune of uniting Israel and the whole world under Rabbi Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman.
We need to make a banner.
It is a great pity that we have a second Nanach van right here (in Elizebeth NJ) that probably won't make it. Apparently the deed to the van is in Israel and I'm sure there are other problems. If any one can get through to the Keren and get them to work on this asap, please do so. If anyone can get me the phone number to Shmuel Horowitz, that's Amram's son, please do asap, people have been suggesting that it would be possible to work with him.
Thank G-d, last Friday the Nanach (after EL pumped in a bunch of money) passed inspection, and as a result the rejection sticker was removed (for better or for worse).
Good things are happening - and it all has to do with - Na NachNachmu Nachmun MayUman!
One time, Rabbi Dov told Rabbeinu a story about a certain head of a yeshiva who married his daughter to one of the students, who was a superlative scholar. He studied day and night, and spent his nights in the study hall. A Torah teacher from Heaven began to come to him, and would study with him the whole night. However, this Teacher was from the Other Side, not from a holy source (for apparently the student had stumbled in some sin, through which the Other Side gained power over him). The student did not tell anyone about this, and was not aware that the Teacher was from the Other Side.
One time, the Teacher began to tempt the student to have relations with his wife during her period of impurity. He proved to him that it was the will of Heaven, and that through this, his wife would conceive the soul of the Mashiach. The student believed him, and began to speak to his wife to convince her of this. He told her of the Teacher that had come to him from the heavens and commanded this, for it was the will of Heaven. However, his wife had a great fear of Heaven, and said she would ask her father first, and did so. Her father was very shocked by this, for he perceived that the Teacher was from the Other Side.
He immediately summoned his son-in-law, and said, "Know that this Teacher is from the Other Side. The sign is, that with a Teacher from the Side of Holiness, the whole alphabet is written on his forehead, and the letters of the four-letter Name of G-d are illuminated. However, with a Teacher from the Other Side, the alphabet is also inscribed, but the letters of the Name are not illuminated. So when the Teacher comes to you, if you see that the letters of the Name on his forehead are darkened, you will know that he is from the Other Side, and beware of him."
That night, the Teacher came to him, and when the student saw that the letters of the Name on his forehead were not illuminated, he knew that he was from the Other Side, and was saved from him.
When Rabbi Nachman heard this story, he was very excited, and said to Rabbi Dov, "But with me, thank G-d, all the letters of the alphabet are illuminated!" Then he immediately commanded his followers to print his alphabetical Book of Traits.
The Shabbot third meal is open to any one associated with the tzadik Rebbe Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman. It is located under the Bet Kneset Hatzadik Halavan in Tzfas and takes place right after Mincha every Shabbos.
Friday, May 16, 2008
It's great to have disovered a Nanach in Chicago, and it's wonderful to have him publish on our site, he has good stuff to share.
There's of course a great deal going on, not to mention what we don't know about, but it's almost Shabos and I got to keep it short.
The new Nanach van is still very interested in going to Montreal we are looking for a sponsor. We also are planning on buying a professional movie camera to spice things up.
June 1 is the Israel Day Salute Parade or something like that, I think it goes down 5th ave. in Manhaten. In any event we called them up asking to able to participate and we were told that this year was out, maybe for 2009, but we could donate money and contribute.... (they also told us some other Nanach had already asked). So CDF got on the case and we are now officialy accepted, in fact quite wanted, they started to realize what a valuable asset it would be to have G-d fearing Observant Chasidic Jews at their parade, so they want at least 12 of us, anyone who can make it get in touch with us (call Simcha (H) Nanach) asap. We have to make a huge Nanach banner and some other preperations, it's gonna be good and its getting better!
TS will BH"Y be going to E"Y for Lab BuOmer, and procceeding to Uman for Shavuos, being that I'm barred from the holy land I will IY"H make it to the true Tzion of Our Master Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman for the festival of the giving and recieving of the Tora.
The entire Tora was given to Moshe Rabbainu on Har Sinai. Any private, personal, particular directions of that generation and the succeeding generations until the time of the destruction of the Temple, were directed by Moshe Rabbainu who in this capacity is call Avi Haniviem, the father or teacher of the prophets. That is to say that in that time period the main way of serving G-d was through the ways of prophecy and all guidance was based on prophecy. That means that prophets who lived a thousand years after Moshe Rabbainu such as Chagi Zecharia and Malachi are considered as direct students of Moshe Rabbainu, they followed the particular path of prophecy as mapped out by Moshe Rabbainu.
At the time of the destruction of the Temple prophecy was more or less terminated and thus H"y in his great mercy sent the soul of Moshe Rabbainu into the world with that of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai the master of the Zohar who in fact is called Sinai, that is the location to get the Tora. This means that even though the whole Tora was recieved by Moshe Rabbainu, the only proper way of understanding and actualizing the Tora, would hence be only through the teachings and management of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai who facilitates the soveriegnty of the Tora when prophecy is no longer the way.
The gemora says that after the destruction of the temple there was a decree that the Jews must be in exile for one thousand years, regardless of their rightiousness. Thus for a thousand years the Zohar was hidden and only privy to the very priveleged tzadikim. When it finaly was revealed the gedolay yisroel were expected to follow its dictates. Many gedolim did, and reached huge levels of hasaga - devine perception, reaching out to G-d and revealing His ways. The majority however did not rise to the occasion. Eventually H"y had mercy on His Holy Name and His Holy Nation and once again sent the soul of Moshe Rabbainu with the Arizal who revealed one (of infinite) gate, one approach to understanding and inculcating the teachings and ways of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai. The Arizal said that had he staid in the world two more years he would have finished the job, he also attributed his innability to completey rectify the generation due to the strife between his students, but particulary he said that if he had one student who he was fully satisfied with, he would have remained in the world to teach and guide him and do whatever was necessary. The Baal Shem Tov, who was also representing Moshe Rabbainu, rectified these issues, completing the teachings of the Arizal by implicating them into a vibrant way of life dedicated to the service of G-d in the proper way. students loved each other, and also learned a new level of loyalty to their Master the Tzadik.
At this time of history H"Y decided that the ultimate rectification should come from the end not the beginning. Rectification from the beginning means that such great holiness and purity is achieved that all evil is automaticly annulled and abolished. The little evil that was experienced shortly is sufficient for G-d to have shown that evil at any level does not have any real existence, and thus G-d rules supreme in His Unity. The rectification from the end is when evil and plurality is given the license to extend itself to it's fullest, and every type and form of evil is cultivated to its extreme, very much like what we are experiencing now especially on the internet where 'opportunity' is given to every whim and desire to be developed H"Y. When the evil has reached its zenith showing all its colors, this is the point where G-d shows that everything was misconcieved, and He shows His absolute Unity and how everything is He and everything is good (this idea is fully explained by the Ramchal in his Holy Book Adir Bamorom, and Kitzur Kaavanos, if your not busy saying Nanach or reading the Holy Books of Rabbainu, it would be well worth it for you to see this in side).
Obviously the proper way necessary of serving G-d in the arena of the 'end rectification' calls for a tzadik the likes of which was never seen or experienced in history, introducing Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!!!!
May I be priveleged to continue expounding on this issue.
Wishing everybody a wonderful shabos, sfira, LagBaOmer, Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUmaN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rabbi Nachman of Breslov
Na Nach Nachma Nachman me Uman
Breslov Fact Sheet by Eitan NaNach
Translated by Dovid NaNAch
“Breslov – the more time passes, the more important it becomes. It is increasing and growing. The time has come now for Rabbi Nachman to be revealed already in the world.”
“It will be an entirely new world, a world of truth, a world of faith. As it is sealed in the signature in this Petek (note), ‘Na Nach Nachma Nachman me Uman’.”
“This needs to be in every place, in every store, in every home, all over the world.” (Words of Rabbi
The following is a short yet direct explanatory pamphlet. It is not encyclopedic, not intending to bring external historical and biographic details. Rather it is a personal, internal account, flowing from inspiration of truth in the heart, of followers connected to the Tzaddik in love, faith and self-sacrifice.
· Simple faith in G-d and attachment to the True, Sole Tzaddik of the Generation, namely Rabbi Nachman of Breslov. One attaches all one’s G-dly service to him, learns his books and teachings, and fulfills them. Most importantly, fulfilling his imperative of doing hitbodedut, a term which refers to speaking and praying to G-d from the heart, aloud, in an isolated place, and pouring out one’s heart with one’s own words, with supplication and warm emotion before G-d.
· Recognizing G-d’s revelation in common daily life, through miracles above nature, particularly in regards to income, health and spiritual battles.
· Breslov is the path for the People of G-d, the Jewish People, to come close to G-d amidst intense darkness, amidst deep descents and immense distance from holiness, the ways of the Torah, one’s Jewish soul identity and soul, in these latter days – through the great Doctor of the Souls, the soul of Moshe-Messiah.
· Breslov is the light and the consciousness of the Complete Final Redemption through the Messiah, a light that descended to the world a relatively short time before the Redemption. The more the Redemption draws near, the more this light will spread and grow and shine, until it bursts out in complete revelation that will be understood by all, very soon, in our days, Amen.
Rabbi Nachman of Breslov
The Tzaddik, the Foundation of the World, the collective Soul of the Jewish People. The Tzaddik who is appointed over the rectification of the Jewish People and that of the whole world, from the time of his initial coming and revelation, until the coming of the Redemption through the Messiah, and the eternal World to Come.
No words are sufficient to praise him, and there is no praise that can encompass him. We have no grasp of him at all, aside from understanding that the individual rectification of every one of us, and the overall rectification of the entire Jewish People, and of the Creation itself, is dependent on him, and only on him.
Na Nach Nachma Nachman me Uman
· The Tzaddik Saba Israel Dov Odesser revealed a special name to the world, four generations after the passing of Rabbi Nachman.
· He received this name from Heaven, in a miraculous manner, written in a note that is entirely a mystery. The Name of G-d is joined with the name of the Tzaddik in a unique form: Single, doubled, tripled and quadrupled.
· It is a name that is a song, the Song of the Redemption, which will arouse the Messiah. The name has saving powers, through saying and singing it, that can effect miracles and bring salvations. Rabbi
· He said that he himself is Rabbi Na Nach Nachma Nachman me Uman, and hinted that he and Rabbi Nachman are two who are one.
Perhaps it would have been more fitting not to write the following, and to be pleasant and polite, and present a religious pamphlet comparable to those of Christian missionaries and Hari Krishnahs (may we be distinguished from them), which would be swiftly thrown away. However, for the sake of clarifying the truth, and to fight back against the damage that has been done, out of zealous defense of the honor of the Tzaddik and the Truth of G-d, we are obliged to write:
The simple truth written above, which should have been simple and clear to everybody, has received a poor and dishonorable image, due to the confusion and disarray of the understanding of the Jewish People, who are sunken in the foreign culture that has flooded over us, and are preoccupied with personal honor and the cravings of this world, lacking strong inner desire to discard and renounce them. For who wants to be poor, despised and thought of as insane? However, the primary reason is that they do not see the truth in its true image, rather they see the opposite – the controversy of the major rabbis, impressive and honored, who dare to speak against the Tzaddik with arrogance and impudence, or alternatively hide from him, and present themselves as tzaddikim in his place. For they know within, that the Tzaddik does not leave them a place of honor, demanding only their annulment. “But what will be of me and my prestige?!” So they dispute the Tzaddik, and speak against him, or avoid the issue, and thus they hide the name of the Tzaddik, and prevent the People of G-d from drawing close to G-d through the singular Tzaddik, and steal his robes of honor and dress in them, leaving the point of truth naked,
disgraced and ugly – “Abnormal, crazy”.
But the truth is not so!!! The Tzaddik said that the Truth is only one, and the rest is falsehood. The Tzaddik has the power and patience to extract each one of us from the falsehood – with which others deceive us, and with which we deceive ourselves, if we truly want, if we will search in truth, if we will look at the truth with an eye of truth, if we will be willing to relent on ourselves and our personal desires, and cast off this world and our own honor for the sake of the honor of
G-d – which is the honor of the Tzaddik. Rabbi Nachman is the true and singular Tzaddik of the Generation, who has no equal – Rabbi Na Nach Nachma Nachman me Uman.
Reciting of “Na Nach”
The holy Saba Israel advised saying and singing the holy name “Na Nach Nachma Nachman me Uman” simply and with pure faith, to attach and bind oneself to the point of truth in holiness, and to merit rectification, healing, salvation, protection and all good things, and to hasten the coming of the Redemption and the revelation of the Messiah. Following are quotes from
“One who recites ‘Na Nach’, he grasps, he enters into the root of the Creation, the root of all the Torah, of all the tzaddikim, he enters into a different world.”
“It is the key to all the healings, all the salvations.”
“It sweetens all the suffering and all the harsh judgments and all the sins.”
“It transforms all the sins, all the apostacy and all the transgressions, and everything not good – it transforms it to good.”
“It opens all the gates, all the gates of mercy, all the gates of prayer, all the gates of repentance, all of the Torah.”
“It is the melody that will be played in the future by our righteous Messiah to rectify the world.”
Tikkun ha Klalli
A compilation of ten specific chapters of the Psalms, to be recited together in the order specified. This is the Tikkun ha Klalli that Rabbi Nachman revealed. With it one merits ‘Rectification of the Covenant’ (refers to repairing damage caused by sexual sins), rectification of all the cravings, and of all the sins. It is the general rectification of the soul, in the merit and strength of Rabbi Na Nach Nachma Nachman me Uman.
We still need graphics for the stories. One master graphic for the overall page and then one for each story. Anyone who is interested in creating them please contact us.
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Tzfat Na Nach Kollel Chatzot every night (Call Gidalya Nanach)
Tzfat Na Nach Seudah Shlishit Every Shabbos
Under Beit Kneset Hatzadik Halavan
Yosef (S) Nanach
Aharon (Z) Nanach
Lazer (G) Nanach
Shmuel Dovid (R) Nanach
Nachman Yehuda Dovid (S) Nanach
Micha (M) Nanach
Elimelech & Sarah (L) Nanach
Chaim D (F) Nanach
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
SABA SAID THE REASON THEY LEARN IN YESHIVOS IS TO SHOW THAT THEY DON'T NEED THE TZADDIK! Let's not fall into the trap: charedim are not closer to g-d than na nachs. rebeinu said, it's in hayei moharan, "the smallest of my people is greater than the greatest of anyone else. Saba said, "anyone who goes in the way of rabeinu is greater than any zaddik in history. Chazak ve'emotz.
na nach nachma nachman meuman
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
You can now get a Na Nach in a store near you.
Monday, May 12, 2008
Sunday, May 11, 2008
Od Yishama Baray Yehudah Kol Sason Vkol Simcha Kol Chason Vkol Kalah Kol Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman.
The couple is very in needs of funds for the wedding. Anyone who can help is asked to contact Yosef Aryeh Nanach in Yerushalaim 050-886-1610.
Being that I don't think we will be closing nanach.net we must consider retracting what was published, it is alleged to be 'murderous' and other things which I rather not get into. In my opinion the article if anything in innocuous, however I invite any explanation, argument, or reasoning propounding editing the post. Please say your thing in the comments.
Remember that no one ever lost on Nanach, and rememeber Nanach saves lives, the life you save may be your own or someone you love.
All systems go with Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!!!
If I forgot to mention in the previous post, while we were in Manhattan last week a guy came over claiming to be a grandson of the Saba, he has his picture taken with the Nanach van. As he was leaving I informed him that a Nanach a day keep the doctor away, and then it was established that a Nanach a day keeps the meforsamim shel sheker away.
We just added some new nanach decorations on the nanach van really cool stuff designed by the AYGS.
Saturday, May 10, 2008
This week I celebrated a cousins bar mitzva in Teaneck and the bar mitzva boys friends really got into Nanach, they practiced dancing independantly with the free ectasy of the unique Nanach dance and they initiated themselves with signing Nanach with their fingers (the international symbol of Nanach uses primarily the thumb and first two fingers). They also checked out the fan and were tripped out by our concave roof which is a result of our crazy Nanach roof dancing. They were also told about the Nanach grafiti in their very home town (in the railroad tunnel). The band was also very receptive and they got into the Nanach spirit playing Ashrainu Sheyaish Lunu Rebbe Kuze etc, and the famous Rabbi Nachman Nachman MayUman! We really had a blast.
Thurday was Chag Haatzamot (the day they were supposed to bring the holy bones of Rabbainu Na Nahc Nachmu Nachmun MayUman to Eretz Yisroel) and we made it to the dance party in Washington Square Park, there was a very poor attendance and we recon that the majority of the people there were undercover security and organizors. Also in recent times we have noticed that most of the participants in the zionist affairs are girls and women. But this didn't prevent us from representing the true leader of Israel, Rabbainu Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman. Stringing two cloth Nanach posters of the Saba onto my gartel (which has been said to be a tikun for that of the pope), I danced Nanach to the garbage they were playing. Wow there is still hope, we have Na Nach!!!
Thursday night I visited the chullent hangout and gave the crowd their first Nanach brainwashing, B"H some of it was extremely successful.
The Salute To Israel Parade has refused to let us participate but we might have some protectzia, if anyone has get on the case asap. In any event we have an unbelievable better than fiction contingency plan BH"Y ... wait and see.
This Shabbos we're having a major Nanach get together in Monsey.
Sunday B"HY hafatza in Farwalkay and an internet radio interview.
We are seriously considering a trip with the nanach van to Montreal, more on that later.
Got to run to get ready for the holy wedding day of Shabbos
Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!!!
Friday, May 9, 2008
Thursday, May 8, 2008
We are still hopeful to see the atzmot kedushim of Rabbainu Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman brought to their final and proper resting place in Eretz Yisroel.
B'H I have made contact with Raanan from Meron and BH"Y we will producing new music, my plan is to make English lyrics to hit the English speaking populace.
Here in chutz luoretz we are in extra suffering, true the Nanach van is an aspect of Eretz Yisroel as is clearly evidenced by the most frequent response of those that see it and us that it reminds the of Eretz Yisroel and Yerushalayim and Rabbi Shimon, however we are shtupped in this galus and may H"y redeem us very very soon and quickly!
Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!!!
Monday, May 5, 2008
Sunday, May 4, 2008
Let's look at the facts. M.K. M P, his name remembered for scorn, fought for charedi? jewry in the knesset. His fights included public Shabbos keeping and taking property away from Saba. There is a connection.
Political garbage aside, the lesson is that Na Nach (Breslov) is about seeking truth as opposed to winning arguments and kavod.
Friday, May 2, 2008
The next morning I went to shul and ran into the Holy Mafitz, Daniel, from Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet. After Davening we were talking about hafatza, and I was handing out stickers to the kehila over there. I shared my new hasaga with Daniel as I gave him and his friend some stickers that quote Lekutei Halachos about the importance of every Yid being involved in building the Heichal Hakodesh, it came to him to figure out the gematria of Heichal Hakodesh, which is, of course, Na Nach Nachma Nachman Me'Uman. May all of Am Yisroel merit to enter into the Heichal Hakadosh of Rabanu Hakadosh, Na Nach Nachma Nachman Me'uman!!! Gut Shabbos!