Thursday, July 31, 2008
Who can imagine, who can fathom, who can contemplate the heavenly uproar us little Nanach are causing in all the worlds?!!!!!!!!!!!
It's good, it's really good, it's great, its gevalllllld, IT'S
NA NACH NACHMU NACHMUN MAYUMAN!!!!!
There probably will be a big party this Shabos in Monsey, anyone without anywhere else to go who would like to join should contact me asap. There is a chance we will go to the Gathering of the Vibes in Bridgeport, Ct.
Here's some footage of the South Fallsburg Yeshiva dancing, rejoicing, and celebrating Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman:
Harbinger Of Nanach!!!
From the worst and lowest to Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!!!
I Am A Na Nach!!!!!!!!
Chasidus Bresluv and more raw footage of SFY bochurim celebrating Nanach:
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
After Yom Tov he pulled out his Tefilin bag that had his two names written on the front, one of them being Noach.
"Hay Zaddy I did not know that you had Nach written on your bag, I did not know that you were a closet Nanach"
There was not much room for an answer.
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Monday, July 28, 2008
In todays Chok we learn the following from the Zohar:
פתח רבי יוסי ואמר, המוליכך במדבר הגדול והנורא, בההוא מדברא שלטא סטרא אחרא, ובעל כרחיה אזלו ישראל עליה ותברו חיליה, ארבעין שנין. ואי ישראל ישתכחו זכאין באינון ארבעין שנין, הוה מתעברא ההוא סטרא אחרא מעלמא, ומדקא ארגיזו ליה לקודשא בריך הוא כל אינון זמנין, אתתקף ההוא סטרא, ונפלו כלהו תמן תחות רשותיה, ע"כ.
Rabbi Yossi opened and said, (the verse says,) who has brought you in the large and awesome desert, in the desert which the other side rules, and Israel were forced against there will to to go there and break its power, for forty years. If Israel would have been found righteous in those forty years, the other side would have been removed from the world, and because the angered the Holy Blessed He all those times, that side was strengthened, and they all fell under his rule.
Often we read the trials and tribulations of the Israelites in the desert and we wonder how they could have been so evil to not listen to G-d and to Moshe, but in fact we are in the same prediciment. We are very much in the desert, and to us too it is clear that there is One G-d who created the world and who chooses what is to be done, and there is One Tzadik that was provided to guide us is the service and connection to G-d, yet we keep falling to our temptations and we do not listen properly to what we know and what we are being told.
How do we redeem ourselves and make everything turn out ok? With Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!
Even of the condemned Israelites of the generation of the desert it is said: כה אמר ה' זכרתי לך חסד נעוריך אהבת כלולותיך לכתך אחרי במדבר ... so says G-d I have remembered for you the kindness of your youth the love or your enrapture your going after me in the desert etc.. This reveals that the power of Chesed is stronger than the guilt that was incurred. Therefore we must utilize the strongest Chesed existent - the song of Chesed - Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!
The Chesed of Nanach is so strong that it will turn everything good. The chesed of the generation of the desert is called 'going after G-d', the chesed of Nanach however is much stronger it is 'going before G-d' (this is a difference pointed out by the commentaries in many places particularly differentiating between the devotion of Noach and Avrohom. In another place I have theorized that this may also have been the supriority of the Besht over the Magid). The rules of Nanach have not been fully determined, there don't seem to be a full set, and everyone is demanded to forge ahead and reveal his unique way of understanding and illuminating G-d - as we prayed in Likutay Tefilos from yesterdays Chok. This is really going before G-d, and it reverses all bad into good, because bad is just fallen into, and when a person goes before G-d, he puts whatever it is that there is in front of Him, because he rises and raises the situation to a beneficial one.
Also offered are two tracks from Shlomo Carlbach, one in which he sings the holy Petek repeating the holy name Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman numerous times. The second is a radio interview in which Shlomo asserts his belief in Nanach and recomends others to follow suit.
There is also one song from our very own YS H"Y should bless him and give him more and more blessing, in fact he should be most blessed (a phrase I picked up from him).
BH"y in the near future we will upload the sold out - Shakua Birabainu - from Shlomo.
Shabos Kodesh I spent with TS in Wildwood State Park (in the Hamptons), this was the brainchild of Bria of Staten Island, and hashgacha brought together a bunch of us, some 20 Jews for Chag HaPetek. On Shabos an old time Yeshiva boy pulled his Expedition into our area, just to give you an idea what's going on in the world. [People, smoking, came by to wish us Good Shabbos - so what's so hard to understand why I prefer to great and answer people Nanach?! At least Nanach is a truthful message which will not be misconstrued!]
Today EL made a Seudas Hodah for the birth of his daughter. This was a special indication of the importance of Chag HaPetek which was yesterday (except for a solitary comment on nanach.net which claims that the Petek was received on the 24th - today, it is interesting to note that there are discussions on Rashi on the Tora, if I remember correctly, as to when Moshe went back up, on the 17th or 18th), making today Isru Chag - which halachicly calls for extra and enlarged meals!
The festivities took place in the Breslov of Flatbush, 1909 New York ave, between J and K, run by Aron Berlin. It was a great party, B"H, and BH"Y we'll post a few videos we took.
The Whole World Is a Nanach Bridge:
Dancing and Rejoicing on Isru Chag HaPetek:
Not So Long Ago The Saba Got A Petek From Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!
The Petek Sung to the Tune of Mitzva Gedola:
Sunday, July 27, 2008
This however is not true. Likkutay Tefelot is a book of Rebbe Nasons personal Hisbodedute. Very similar to this is Sefer Tehilim that is a book composed of David Hamelechs Hisbodedute sessions.
Now that we know this, if a person has problems speaking to Hashem in Hisbodedute, he should read a lot of Likkutay Tefilot. This will help teach him how to express himself properly. Additionally if a person feels that he can not open his mouth and do Hisbodedute then he should do an hour of Likutay Tifilot instead.
Immediately after the Saba moved out of the building many strange and terrible problems started to afflict the residents of the building. This continued until the residents of the building were forced to come begging the Saba to return to his apartment and his service of Hashem.
When the Saba returned all the trouble, problems and suffering happening in the building suddenly ceased.
(Chayay Saba page 158)
Friday, July 25, 2008
Thursday, July 24, 2008
The Parable of Yahudosa ben Qardun
Translated by Professor Avraham Chaim Na Nach
The history of Yahudosa ben Qardun is preserved in an anonymous collection of obscure midrashim on the Tanach. He lived in the First Temple period, but all other details are unknown.
The Philistines were once again strengthened,and were threatening the Israelites with the support of the Egyptians and Edomites. The Children of Israel were tired of war and caught in the snare of avoda zara, which was accompanied by promiscuity and a love for money.
But at the same time there was peace, or so it seemed, except for the occasional border clashes. No one wanted to speak out against the weakening of the peoples' faith and the danger that was posed by the growing power of Israel's enemies.
The King and his advisors advocated a policy of peace and conciliation to the Philistines and their allies. The people who had fallen into avoda zara praised the King for his policies for it gave them greater opportunity to build relationships for trade, intermarriage and idolatry.
The sages of this time were content as well. They were given large stipends from the King and awarded great honor in the eyes of the people. And though it was a direct violation of the words of the Torah, they did not protest when the King entered into a treaty with the Philistines. They justified this to themselves saying, “Why should I speak if no one will listen to me?” “Now is not the time.” “If I speak out, I will be killed, and my people need me.”
The King declared a time of peace and in his speeches he said: “Shalom is the name of God, and there is no greater vessel for blessing than peace.” The sages nodded in agreement and the people were pleased.
And so the idolatry continued to spread amongst the people...and the danger from abroad grew.
At this time there lived a young man named Yahudosa ben Qardun. Yahudosa lived far from the city and its politics. He was a student of the prophets and lived with his small circle of students serving Hashem with prayer, meditation and fasting. He was a humble, young man and despite his great learning made himself appear simple to those around him.
One night after a long period of seclusion and fasting, Yahudosa awoke in his cave. He heard a motion and thought someone was stealing from his sacks. It was dark so he lit a lamp but saw nothing. He then rose for his midnight prayers.
Before dawn he went to his sack to put on his tallit and tefilin. He picked up his tallit and as he unfolded it a piece of parchment fell out. He was surprised because he did not leave this parchment with his things. He picked up the parchment and written upon it was the phrase “David Melek Israel, Chai V'Qyam” and some other letters that seemed to be secret names of angels.
“Where did this come from? Did someone enter my cave last night and put this into my tallit sack? But who? I am here all alone and no one knows where I am? Was it an angel?”
Yahudosa looked at the parchment and wondered what it could mean. He read it over and over again and contemplated each of the Hebrew letters in the secret name, and then suddenly a song entered his heart and he began to sing and to dance. In these words he received a prophetic vision of the redemption and the revelation of God's presence. His entire body was filled with inexplicable joy like he had never felt in his life. He began to laugh out loud. He danced and danced until past sundown and into the night.
He returned back to his village and to his fellow students and friends. He wanted to tell them what had happened but he knew that they would not believe him. “Yahudosa received a parchment from an angel? God was doing miracles for him? How ridiculous!”
They would think he was crazy. And anyway, how could he even communicate the vision that he was given. He meditated upon this and concluded that there was no way to speak of these things. The only thing he could do was sing these words and share his happiness and pray that this prophecy would be communicated.
And so he did. He went about his days singing and dancing and laughing with joy: “David Melek Israel, Chai V'Qyam”!! As he continued to sing this song his joy continually increased. People enjoyed it at first but they they began to laugh and make fun of him. They said that he had spent too much time in a cave and had gone mad. This did not bother Yahudosa and he continued to share his song and his joy and laughter with the children and young people who loved him. He saw that the adults were more concerned about their honor and their money, and were not free in their soul like the children and young people to be joyful. He explained to his community that Moshe Our Teacher taught that we must serve God with joy, and that this was the best protection against all harm and would bring us favor in the the eyes of God. Some understood and began to sing his song and follow in his ways.
The King and his advisors began to fear the song. They saw it as a threat to their policies. “Yahudosa is inciting the people against the King and his policies of peace. He is arousing them to the violent ways of war in the name of David ben Yishai.” And so the King and his advisors plotted to kill Yahudosa. They made several attempts but each time they failed. One time they sent their assassin out and he killed another man in the village name Yahudosa, and this caused a great uproar. It seemed that Yahudosa was indeed protected by angels and they began to fear him.
Yahudosa did not fear them at all, and he spoke out directly against the King's policies and the sages that supported him. “The King is a servant of God and he must be given his proper honor. But when his policies go against the Holy Torah of Hashem, we cannot sit quiet. The sages are cowards, concerned only about their honor and money, and our people have fallen into the pit of idolatry. These are simple words of truth. We must not fear any man, only God Himself.”
The sages did not sit by idly but attacked Yahudosa in return calling him a madman and a fool. “Is Yahudosa a sage or a dyan? Is he a son of kings or sages? He is nobody, Who is he but a simple, villiage fool who thinks himself a prophet? And what is his prophecy? The song and dance of a clown for children. He is not to be taken seriously.”
Yahudosa did not care. He continued to sing and to dance and to laugh, and he continued to speak the truth. The children and youth listened and they received the light of his prophecy. They knew in their hearts that he was defending the Torah and the Will of God. The young people were not fooled by images of money and honor. They were pure and they loved truth. The King and the sages could call Yahudosa was a fool and a false prophet, but they knew better. These children grew to become adults and understood that the true prophet is one who stands up for truth, especially when an entire generation is silent. In the time of darkness the true prophet carries the torch of the Torah and its light of joy and purity. Yahudosa passed away but his song was sung louder and louder and it eventually awakened the people of Israel to their mission to serve Hashem, smash the idols of idolatry and defend themselves against their enemies. Na Nach Nachma Nachman m'Uman!
The Talmud, Tractate Yuma (4: or thereabouts) discusses what it says in the Torah that Moshe Rabbainu went up to the mountain 7 days and the cloud covered him. Where these 7 days part of the 40 days and nights, or an additional seperate 7 days? The Talmud says we can not say that they are seperate, because counting 47 days from the giving of the Tora would mean the Moshe Rabbainu came down from the mountain and broke the tablets on the - 23 of Tamuz....
This is an unbelievable revelation from the Talmud! For it known that the 'suggestions' (הוה אמינא) of the Talmud are higher than the 'conclusions' (מסקנה). For the 'suggestions' come from when all the gates are open and shining, whereas the 'conclusions' are the restrained constricted verdict. Thus the Talmud is revealing here the awsesomeness of the 23 of Tamuz - Chag Hapetek, for according to this suggestion in the Talmud, it is not enough 40 days of preperation for this holy day, an additional 7 days are necessary. It is not for not that the Saba fasted and suffered from the 17 of Tamuz till he recieved the Petek on the 23!!! We too must take advantage of these next few days to prepare for Chag HaPetek!
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
The reason we don't say halel (with a bracha), some say is because the singing of the Petek is the halel! - just as we find by Purim, the reading of the Megila is considered the halel.
On Sunday BH"Y EL will IY"H be making a 'kidush' for his daughter in Flatbush at the new Berlin Breslov shul (open only on Shabos) 1909 New York Ave, between J & k.
Monday, July 21, 2008
This story is dedicated to our dedicated Dun Aryeh who has a strong and healthy hatred and animosity for the Yeshivas, except for his own that he keeps trying to make. He has his own maaseh shehuya, what he did to another Yeshiva head named Abba, and what happened to Abba's chair, it's a good maaseh, maybe he'll tell you about it sometime.
We connected with some very high and holy souls, we showed alot of people a very good time, and greatly inspired the multitudes. People were especially taken by the 'breakdancing' on the roof of the Nanach van. As soon as I can I'm going to post a little clip of our site there. For the meantime here's a short clip I took on Motzai Shabbos:
Until now I understood it as follows. As a person reaches greater spiritual hights he will have to fight and overcome the evil at each stage, when a person is at great heights he will be confronted with the roots of the evil, which for those below don't appear too threatining however they are in fact the roots of the whole thing, and especially for a person on the same level as the root, there will a very serious threat, much more than those suffering just from the blossomed evil. Thus we find, especially in the Zohar, great wars the tzadikim fought against the evil side. The Zohar (especially explained in the beginning of Adir Bamorom by the Ramchal) describes King Dovids battles and those of Moshe Rabbainu. The Zohar also relates how when one of the holy students of the Rashbi who for one second did not think of G-d was immediately attacked by a snake.
Recently G-d has granted me greater clarity and understanding in this issue. The great sages had far greater evil inclination than us, it is just that we are in the midst of the evil. At higher levels it may be (not always, but that's not for now) more apparent what the evil is, however there will be a greater inclination to give in, where as at a lower level the person might not even be clear about how something is evil or not, and the person will find himself tempted to do all sorts of things, the temptation doesn't have to be so strong because the position the person is in allows for the slightest push to cause him to do its desire. The greater the person is, the less he will be entrenched in the evil, and the inclination will have to be much more powerful (a stronger 'ruach' - spirit). When a person lusts, how strong is the lust, is it that he finds himself in such and such an atmosphere so he begins to desire it, or is he overcome by strong forces of lust. Of course everyone thinks that they were forced by strong spirits, but the reality is that the greater the person is the stronger those impulses and forces will be.
The more a person is sunk in this world he will be operating on very low levels of spiritual forces. The more a person detaches himself from this world, especially by sactifying himself, the more his life will be effected by the spiritual forces, he will begin to encounter forces of enormous strength and power, and life will start to get very interesting.
Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Friday, July 18, 2008
This morning we pulled into the Munkatch camp in the Catskills, and dipped, prayed, and learned. We were greeted there with Nanach signs all over. Apparently they are having color war, it looks like one side are the Nanach and the other side - neturay karta?! Long live Nanach!
After much travail we finally reached Camp Bisco, and realized that we can not carry out our original plan, there are no nearby parking lots or anything of the sort. So we gotto decide whether to pay $160 a head for 3 Nanachs. Anyone who would like to sponsor this should get in touch with us right away.
Thursday, July 17, 2008
'He (Rabbi Nachman) would do all sorts of simple devotion, worshiping G-d, without any philosophy, and all with great concealment. And immediately upon going outside he would purposely do all sorts of silly things, all sorts of merriment and jumping and other types of similar things (that are called in yidish, far shaytkeyt), to the extent that it would not be possible for one to consider that he (Rabbi Nachman) wanted to serve G-d!'.
Even though it appears that the main intention of Rabbi Nachman in his merriment, was to conceal his inner devotion, it is also very clear that Rabbi Nachman never did anything without understanding the secrets involved, and having many many reasons (tzadikim of far less stature would only do something if they had thousands of reasons. Also see Chayay Moharan, beginning of section 'not to be too insistent on anything, and not to press the time' שלא להתעקש על שום דבר, ואין לדחוק את השעה, where Rabbainu is quoted explicitly saying that for every one of his things he has many reasons). In any case Rabbi Nachman definitely set in motion this wondrous form of worshiping G-d!
In Cedarhust TS had to appease his mother by meeting, with her, this Mifursam Shel Sheker, he was with me at JFK and I had to take him there and return to JFK, BH”Y not to far from JFK this guy was videoing are van, and upon questioning said he was going to Cedarhurst, so TS got into the guys car and I returned to JFK, where hashgacha had me meet the right person at the right time and place. After when I went to get TS (from 438 Oak) I first put on Talis and Tefilin and was praying Mincha, one of the neighbors (I think 3 houses down, making it 450) got hysterical and called the police and told them I was having a seizure, than she came out and warned me that she called the police and that this neighborhood was not the place for me. So I pulled into the driveway. 3 cop cars came with a paramedics truck, and the women acting very much as if she was having a seizure, continued to insist that I was a scare etc.. She wanted them at least to give me a parking ticket, but they just didn't see it her way, and they apologized to us for the neighbor's behavior.
Later by the Greek thing, TS and I were organizing the speakers considering getting them running, we were straightening out the wires, and the freezer was running, a frum uniformed man got very agitated by this and told us that he never in his whole life saw something to terrible.... he ordered us to leave immediately, we did, and we came back on foot, and succeeding to do a lot of brainwashing!
A bunch of the kids there remembered us from the Israel Day Parade (my old friend Dov Lebovic was there with his wife. There were a lot of Jews there).
We still need to buy a video camera, possibly a GPS.
Tomorrow BH”Y we will be heading to Camp Bisco, reputedly a huge (50,000 people?) music festival. It's kind of expensive to get in (at least $140, or 165 at the gate), and we are pretty much self sufficient BH”Y, so we're considering camping somewhere close to do our Nanach thing. Of course if anyone would like to see us inside, and would like to sponsor us, all the better. We could use sponsors just for the trip.
Sunday, is the day that people say the Saba didn't fast! Which signifies the preparation for Chag Hapetek are underway! 23 of Tamuz – The Holiday of the Petek!
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
(Taken from Anonymous comment)
Many times the Rebbe told us that it is best to study a subject rapidly and not spend time on each detail. Study with speed and simplicity. Understand each thing in its own context and do not confuse yourself with its relation to other subjects. If you do not understand a concept, do not spend too much time on it. Go further, and in most cases, you will eventually comprehend the first thing as well.
The Rebbe said that when you study, you need only read the words aloud and in order. Then you will automatically understand. Do not confuse yourself by trying to understand everything at once. You will have much difficulty and end up understanding nothing.
Concentrate on your studies, read the words in order and with enthusiasm. Understanding will then come of itself. What you do not understand at first, you will comprehend later. Even if there are things you never understand, the quantity outweighs all else.
The Talmud teaches us: "Learn everything and then seek understanding" (Shabbat 63a). You must read the words even if you do not understand them completely. It is written, "My soul broke through with desire" (Psalms 119:20). The Talmud says that the surface must be broken, but the depths need not be explored (Avodah Zarah 19a). One need only read the words, even if he does not understand.
When you study quickly, you will absorb a great quantity. You will be able to review each volume many times. What you do not understand at first will appear simple the second or third time. You will eventually understand all that is possible.
The Rebbe spoke about this so often that everything cannot be recorded. But what we have quoted here is excellent advice. Follow this path and you will complete many volumes. You will have a better comprehension than one who tries to understand everything the first time. A person who is overly precise can become very confused. Often he will abandon his studies completely and end up with nothing.
Accustom yourself to learn quickly, without too much attention to detail. You will then be worthy of learning in quantity. You will be able to complete the Talmud, the Codes, the Bible, the Midrash, the mystical books of the Zohar, the Kabbalah and all the other sacred works.
We have already mentioned that it is good for a person to complete all books concerning the Torah in his lifetime. The Rebbe once reckoned all that one must study each day if he has the time. You should study enough each day so that at the end of a year you will have completed the entire Talmud with the Rif and Rosh, the four large Shulchan Arukhs, all the Midrashim, all the books of the Zohar, Tikuney Zohar, Zohar Chadash and all the Kabbalistic writings of the Ari.
Besides this, you should spend some time each day studying in depth. You should also say the Psalms each day, as well as many additional prayers. Even all this does not exhaust the Rebbe's list.
At that time the Rebbe also spoke at length, telling us to study quickly and eagerly, without confusion and attention to detail. The Rebbe also told us to not review each thing immediately. He advised us to complete each volume as rapidly as possible from beginning to end and then to review the entire work as a whole.
The Rebbe also told us not to be anxious if we could not complete everything he suggested each day. One can be a religious Jew even without that much study.
He also said that one can be a tzaddik even without being a scholar. Deep perception cannot be attained without Talmudic scholarship, but even the simplest Jew can be a tzaddik. "You are not obligated to complete the job, but neither are you not free to desist from it." (Avot 2:16)"
(Taken from Anonymous comment)
This was the Rebbe's way. He literally drank in knowledge. This was even true toward the end of his life, when he suffered greatly from tuberculosis. He may have been very active in community affairs. He may have spent hours with us, offering us advice and teaching us how to approach God. His mind may have constantly been soaring in the highest ethereal realms. Still, he would spend considerable time each day in simple study.
With all this, the Rebbe was never pressed for time. He was always calm and relaxed. It is absolutely impossible to describe his unique serenity. Because of it, he had time for all things.
The Rebbe always studied quickly. In a single hour he could go through several pages of the Shulchan Arukh with all its major commentaries. On a page of Orach Chaim he would include the Taz, the Magen Avraham, the Beer HaGolah, the Pri Chadash and the Ateret Zekeinim. He would study their counterparts in the other sections of the Shulchan Arukh.
He once told us that in the morning between the time the congregation began to assemble and the time they began worshipping, he would go through at least four pages of the Shulchan Arukh. This was true of everything the Rebbe studied. Whether it was the Talmud or the codes, the Rebbe literally flew through the pages.
why don't the students of these rabbis accept the petek?!
if these people's teachings distance their students from the truth, then i don't want to be counted among the students.
writing this reminds me: r' shmuel horowitz, friend of saba, was asked if he could learn a certain sefer with non-breslov chassidim. he said; why don't they agree to learn likutei mohara"n?
Monday, July 14, 2008
These words are mamash givald, contrast them to what is being said in the litvish circles, that if a person isn't completely knowledgeable in all the rule of Shabbos he will forsure violate the Shabbos therefore one must learn and study the laws of Shabbos constantly and vigilantly or else heaven forbid he will be held responsible for the violation of the Shabbos.
Rabbainu doesn't agree to their 'chuchmos' and philosophies. Rabbainu says that matter isn't based on how much you know or how accountable you are, it is just a given that it is almost impossible for the Shabbos not to be violated in some form, and G-d compensated for this by lending His G-dliness to the eating of Shabbos, which fully glorifies the Shabbos and repairs any harm that was done from any invariant violation. Rabbainu's adherence to Halacha is known, and which Nanach does not follow Rabbainu's dictate to study at least two Halachos a day, however the solution is not to cram information and study assiduously (erroneously) and become overcome by stringencies and the like, but to look past the details and realize G-d who is behind them.
This, in my humble opinion, is a recurring way taught by our Master Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman. One must do what he can, but never G-d forbid to get caught up in what it is he's doing, rather to exticize in the knowledge that all is in the Good hands of G-d. Like the story of the fixer, who did his fixing part of the day, and then he would party each night.
The main thing is to say Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!
Baruch Hashem we were zoche to Na Nach, [by the way, we have just been notified that the license Nanach is available, and we will BH"Y get it for the Nanach van] so that we can really rejoice and sing and dance with G-d, and this is the true awesome holy fragrance which nurtures the souls in the Garden of G-d.
Lets work with their claims for a minute. Lets for a moment that they are correct and that Na Nach is Riboy Ohr. Lets say it is, so why is that so bad?
Just the opposite it is a very good thing. Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan for example, made many people religious through the use of Riboy Ohr. There are many people that are religious today only because he Riboy Ohred them into Judaism.
So lets say Na Nach is Riboy Ohr, it is still making more people religious now then any other group out there.
We just located a short video of our hafatza at the Orb, due to some of the content we can not post the video here and advise viewer dicretion, the video can be found on the youtube as 'Dancing hasidim at Orb'.
We got an invite to a wedding Tuesday night in Williamsburg, and a little info about upcoming festivals, also next Sunday starts the three weeks, and then of course there's Chag HaPetek on 23 Tamuz.
Sunday, July 13, 2008
Friday, July 11, 2008
From now on all new applicants to the Na Nachman Cult will have to send the following letter to their former yeshiva before they can join our cult.
Dear Mefursamim Shel Sheker who hide the name of the Tzadik in order to attain money and honor,
I would like to declare that I have no part with the Erev Rav or their system of Sheker. From now on I am bound only to the true Tzadik Rebbe Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman.
May Hashem forgive me for wasting time in your yeshiva,
[Name of the new applicant to the Na Nachman Cult]
All the Rabbis and Askonim are constantly making useless gatherings, creating useless programs and writing useless articles that are all far from in any way solving this problem.
We would like to make it clear that the one and only reason why religious kids try to leave Torah and Mitzvot is:
There is not one kid who 'Went off the Derech', that his fall did not originate from Pgam Habris.
As far as the kids themselves go, who can blame them since they were only shown an empty watered down Judaism and are surrounded by fake rabbis.
The reason why the Yeshivas do not talk about Shmiras Habris is very simple:
They have no solution for it.
The only solution for this is:
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
If you are a religious kid that 'went off the derech', you should know that there is a lot more light and energy in Judaism. You were never shown true Judaism, if you want to see what it is really about go 'On the Derech' with the path of Rebbe Nachman.
If you are a parent who's precious innocent children have started rebelling against your system, do not be fooled by the fake promises of the Rabbanim and the Askonim. They can do nothing to help your children. All their meetings, programs and articles are in vain. Only Rebbe Nachman of Breslov can help your child. Accept this our loose your child to the other side.
We picked up a poster of the Saba from the Florshimers along with some fresh - hot from the oven - baked organic oatmeal cookies. We had some other tikunim, and will proceed BH"Y to pick up 2 Israel Sabas from the mailbox of the Asher Yutzar family, and maybe borrow a talmud from the Lomdus guy. After that BHY its clear sailing for about 2.5 hours to the ORB.
TS's mother told him he should get new pants, so he said I did, and he's now sporting beautiful white linen pants - so Yakov Shurun doesn't have to worry any more. His mothers friends told her that they were at the Reisman chasuna and a bunch of Nanach came, so she asked them if they said hello to Tzvi, that freeked them out, "you mean Tzvi was one of them?!!!!"
Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Tomorrow BH"Y there's a Bris Mila, we also have to wait for the Kamayas and bracelets which hopefully will come, and then it over 4 hours to the Festival, and many tikunim along the way.
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
BH"Y TS is with me at the van in Lakewood. BH"Y we will be buying a camera [thanking all the sponsors from nanach.net and HN]. BH"Y we will be going to the ORB 4 day music festival - tomorrow!!! [thanking all the sponsors from nanach.net, and thanks to ABS]. Ebay is in Staten Island and possibly will join us, he's planning on going to Uman next week.
July 06, 2008
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Tonight BH"Y we will be going to a wedding in Brooklyn with a bunch of other Nanach, a bunch of them are in Monsey now.
There's a good chance that we will all be participating in a radio interview tommorow.
Thursday I have a bris mila in Lakewood, after which BH"Y we'll be heading out for a musical festival upstate NY.
Rebbe Nachman born in 5532-He's the heart of the world
Monday, July 7, 2008
check out na-nach.net, even if hebrew isn't your thing, just check out the pictures!
נ נח נחמ נחמן מאומן!!!
1. the nations despise, scorn, and belittle israel.
2. the unlearned jews despise, scorn, and belittle the learned jews. this is worse.
3. the learned jews who aren't on the high levels of purity, kedushah, and emes despise the holy and simple learned people. this is the worst of all.
this (#3) is also what causes the jews to despise the learned, which in turn causes the goyim to hate the jews.
it was a member of the sanhedrin who slapped the navi yechezkel on the face, and said; you am ha'aretz. the people that saw this responded violently, killing yechezkel.
a true learned jew means a student of the tzaddik (likutei mohara"n, ibei hanacha"l)! all else are others!