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Tuesday, June 30, 2009


Rosh Hashana

Monday, June 29, 2009

hafatzah toronto

with our new nanach friend menashe

hafatzah toronto

Ani Nachman


Nanachhhh =]

Sunday, June 28, 2009

The Secret Behind Na Nach Nachma Nachman

Yes, this is hinted in Sefer Daniel! And part of this has to do with the events of 9/11. But you don't take my word for it - check this out, which includes the translation of the Petek. This blogspot is run by Joel Gallis & Dr. Robert Wolf who have been trying to wake up American Jewry about the reality of the coming Redemption and doing Teshuva for over 15 years, and were the first to predict Obama's rise to presidency through the Torah Codes when he was barely known! Their radio broadcoasts from the last few years can be heard on On one of their shows, they publicized the Tikun HaKelali, spelling out the specific 10 chapters of it. Enjoy!

P.S. Give them a big Yishar Koach for spreading the truth of Rabbi Nachman & Saba on the comment section!

nanach in vegas.

More evidence that a geula without R. Nachman in Jerusalem is UNTHINKABLE

The whole issue of Pessach Cheni and not Katan like Purim Katan is to show that a second Pessach is needed and we all know that this is the final one, or BIG one.

This Pessach Cheni is brought down by G-d as an answer to the issue that Josef's body was Me-tame!

If Josef's body was Me-tame then for sure that applies to all other tzaddikkim EXCEPT FOR Rabbi Nachman, who could create the tikkun ha klali and the sefer ha ganouz and the say about himself that he was the gilgoul of Moshe, Rabbi Shimon, the Ari ha Kadosh and the Bal Shem Tov.

Therefore: another Pessach is needed for Am Israel to be united in total and complete Kedusha.

What was the "sin" that brought us to Egypt and almost resulted in our utter destruction after the sin of the Golden Calf? The sin of loving gold and silver more then our own brothers, our own bodies and our holy teachers. That is not acceptable for a HOLY NATION.

We are at it again- a few people are making alot of money at everybody elses expense and are volonteerly preventing the redemption to make more bucks!

Why does G-d allow this? Because he wants to see if the song of the redemption will actually make us see the futility of idol worship, or not.

Not being G-d I don't ask such questions, I content myself with spreading the song and trusting that it will in fact make people repent.

For G-d, the expected and true sign that Israel has repented and united, is if we bring Rabbi Nachman home.

Let's make this 17th of Tammuz a day of celebration and joy!

snip it

Friday, June 26, 2009

Parshas Chukos

(Was unable to put it on, so temporarily posting this here)

Parshas Chukas

Extracts of Likutei Halachos by Rebbe Nosson of Breslav

Tzaddikim Must Descend To The Common Folk

Translated by Dov Grant

Possuk 19:3 "…and he [Elozor] takes her [the red heifer] outside the camp "

All activity regarding the parah adumah/red heifer is conducted “outside” the camp. This relates to the idea that the tzaddik is required to occasionally break from learning Torah. There are times that he must exit his holy “four walls” and discuss mundane matters with the common folk. It’s through this specifically that he is able to draw people close to Hashem.

Thus, all sacrificial activity is performed inside the Temple, the repository of the revelation of holiness. The exception is the parah adumah, where the service is “outside”, corresponding to bittul Torah/the annulment of Torah study. For the Torah relates to the concept of the bayis/house, corresponding to the first letter beis of Bereishis (the first word in the Torah), which relates to the idea of head of the house”. Bittul Torah is an aspect of “going outside the house”. When the true tzaddik must do this, to desist from learning, he is nevertheless able to regenerate himself with the Torah Ha’ne’elemess/hidden Torah (see Likutei Moharan II:78).

The fact that the service of the parah is conducted outside conveys the idea of bittul Torah and the Torah Ha’ne’elemess. For the concepts associated with the parah itself are ne’elemess/hidden from the world. This was expressed by King Solomon: “I said that I would gain wisdom; however it remains far from me” – i.e. hidden, like the Torah Ha’ne’elemess.

Thus we find that the parah is able to purify the deepest of all tumah/spiritual impurity – the tumah arising from a dead body (tumas mes). For this tumah is termed the “father” of them all – avi avos ha’tumah, related to the primary of the nations, Amalek. And the essence of Amalek stems from the pollution of the primordial snake that brought death to the world with the desire of adultery (of Chava). (Death and adultery are connected in the verses that deal with the adulterous woman: “Her final end is the path of death” and “I have found her more bitter than death”). Someone that has fallen to this tumah (adultery) can only become purified through the true tzaddik. Only the true tzaddik knows how to draw chessed chinam/unrestrained loving-kindness over such a soul from the Supernal otzar matnas chinam/ “storehouse of free gifts”, which the tzaddik taps into when he desists from learning. This is the concept of the Torah Ha’ne’elemess in respect to its relation to the physical world. And this is an aspect of the secret of the parah adumah, whose entire service is conducted outside, related to the Torah Ha’ne’elemess that purifies tumas mes.

This is the explanation of the well-known paradox of the parah adumah, namely, that it purifies spiritually impure people while at the same time imparting impurity to spiritually pure people. For when the tzaddik desists from Torah study he is able to regenerate all the common folk and those distant from religion, and purify them from their great tumah.

In respect to the tzaddik, however, this is termed bittul Torah and is considered a yeridah/spiritual descent for him; it is a measure of tumah in relation to the great value of his holiness that he attains when firmly attached to his Torah (see Likutei Moharan II:38). Lowering himself to deal with mundane matters is a relative descent for him, albeit temporary. Nevertheless, the tzaddik ascends to his previous spiritual level after he has bestowed benefit to the world.

In summary: The bittul Torah of the true tzaddik relates to the parah adumah in the aspect of imparting tumah to the pure while purifying the impure. For in respect to the tzaddik the bittul is considered a temporary tumah somewhat, for afterwards he immediately purifies himself. For the tumah that the parah imparts to those that deal with her is only temporary, lasting until the evening. And the tzaddik, like the parah, eternally cleanses souls from the greatest of impurities, that of death, with the concept of the parah, whose service is “outside”, related to the concept “the bittul of Torah is its existence”.

Choshen Mishpat Hilchos Matanah 3:12


Thats one Happy Nanach!

Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MeUman =]

Shabbat Shalom



chidush from our friend in toronto, david cooper,


which are the 3 mitzvot in a woman?



shabbat shalom

--- On Thu, 6/25/09, Sergio Smilovich <> wrote:

From: Sergio Smilovich <>
Subject: Re: refuah shlemah
Date: Thursday, June 25, 2009, 4:18 PM

thanks for all your prayers , the surgery was very successfull!!!
the doctor discovered a new cyst in his nose, a very rare case, 1 in millons

all the best!!! nanach for ever!!!

Spread Nanach

Weve got to keep spreading this wonderful and very special gift Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MeUman for Hashem has not giving it to us to keep to are selfs NO but to spread because through Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MeUman will come World Peace so keep Nanaching my friends and keep up the Great work!
Great Blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MeUman =]


Thursday, June 25, 2009

Walking With Hashem

Just had a discussion with "the villager" this morning about the concept of the G-dly part within us which he saw in Likutei Moharan, mentioning this in the context of "walking with Hashem" particularly about Adam HaRishon who was supposed to "guard" the garden, which means keeping the Mitzvos that Hashem commanded him. Anyways, it was perfect timing because I had just translated a piece of Likutei Moharan as featured in Ner LaTzadik as beginning with a Cheis over here for the month of Tamuz. When I showed him this piece, he told me that this the very Torah that he was referring to.

Very interesting. Most of you reading this will be aware that there is a Minhag to recite a Posuk from T'nach that begins with the letter that begins one's name and ends with the letter that ends one's name. Thus, the Posuk that begins this Torah "My portion is Hashem, I have pledged to guard Your words" (Tehillim 119:57) begins with a Cheis and ends with a Chof Sofis. Well, guess whose name begins with a Cheis & ends with a Chof Sofis? Chanoch, seventh generation from Adam & Eve, about whom it says twice "Chanoch walked with G-d".

Re: refuah shlemah

thanks for all your prayers , the surgery was very successfull!!!
the doctor discovered a new cyst in his nose, a very rare case, 1 in millons

all the best!!! nanach for ever!!!

Do Not Be Like Korach, Do Not Mess With Nanach

This weeks parsha (weekly Tora portion) is Korach, who recognized the greatness of every Jew but failed to realize the critical importance of the true Tzadik. As a result the ground opened up and swallowed him alive. The great and holy merciful God sends us reminders:
We must strengthen and elevate ourselves and the whole world with Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Chill With The Nanach Van

Hook up with Tzvi Levin (on facebook) for the Wednesday Night Kumzitz.

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

nanach computer

nanach computer

refuah shlemah

please friends, daven for my son  
shmuel ben feigue
he is having now a surgery, they are taking out a cyst he has in his face,

Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman

some more Nanach art


some more Nanach art

B"H we have Nanach

Tuesday, June 23, 2009


Nanach takes you out of Hell!

The Talmudic tractate Bava Metzia means The middle gate, that being the second one. We can aptly say that it is represented by the Nach of Na Nach (Nachmu would be the third, and Nachman - home free, from Uman!).
Thus it nice to see the Tosfos on Daf (page) Nach (58:) discussing how Our Father Avrohom takes the Jews out of Hell.
Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Who was Rabbeinu named after?

On this date - 2 Tamuz - Rabbi Nachman Horodenker, a student of the Ba'al Shem Tov, and Rabbeinu's paternal grandfather, was Niftar in 5525. Rabbeinu was named after him. Rabbi Nachman Horodenker must have had a most special Zechus for Rabbeinu - the Tzadik Yesod Olam only comparable to Moshe Rabbeinu, Rashbi, Arizal & Baal Shem Tov - to be named after.

Likutei Moharan Learning Beginning with Cheis

As per the booklet Ner L'Tzadik compiled by Rabbi Moshe Breslover consisting of teachings of Likutei Moharan beginning with the letters of the Alef Beis; since each of the 12 months correspond to one of the letters of the Alef Beis, the following is a teaching starting with the letter Cheis that corresponds to this month of Tamuz.


CHELKI - "My portion is Hashem, I have pledged to guard Your words" (Tehillim 119:57). Meaning, the G-dly of Above that I have tells me and teaches me to guard Your Words. (LM 1:137)

CHATZOS - "I arise at midnight to thank You for the ordinances of Your righteousness" (Tehillim 119:62). Midnight is most effective in accomplishing spiritual matters like a Pidyon/Redemption (In Breslov, in the merit of Tzedaka given, a declaration of "redeeming" somoone is performed on that person's behalf), for it is the sweetening of judgments, as righteousness is judgment and ordinance is mercy. "For the ordinances of Your righteousness" meaning, that righteousness governs ordinance, thus this is in effect saying that judgment governs mercy, displaying a negative situation, G-d forbid. The Tikun for this is "I arise at midnight". The main Chatzos/midnight is always after six hours from the beginning of the night, whether in the summer or winter. From this point in time until the end of the second watch, meaning two hours, is this period of Chatzos.

In the morning, it is good to look at the sky, for this draws down knowledge (as per Zohar Parshas Beshalach, page 57). (LM 1:149)

P.S. Can anyone tell me that when Rabbi Nachman informs us of the period of Chatzos, does he mean literally six hours from the beginning of the night, or is it the way that the night is divided up evenly as in Sha'os Zemaniyos?


Amazing, you hear how acid eats things up, consuming them completely, an innocent pool of liquid...
Welcome to the Mikva, a harbinger to the waters of knowledge which will engulf the world in the near future - they completely radically eat up the flesh and restore our souls to purity and holiness.

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Nanach dog tags

Nanach Inside

Simcha playing guitar NNNNM =]

Monday, June 22, 2009


Rosh Chodesh (First Day of the New Month of) TAMUZ

Our Master Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman has taught that Tamuz is the acronym, Z'ichru T'oras M'oshe - remember the Tora of Moshe (these words are found at the end of the Book of Malachi - the last of the Prophets). It is thus fundamental for us to really remember the Tora of Our Master Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman.
The divine permutation of the holy name of God for this month is the actual reverse order H'V'H'Y - and is derived from the words of Haman (!) ז'ה איננ'ו שו'ה ל'י - (all my wealth and honor etc.) this is not worth anything to me (when he sees the Mordichai Hatzadik). This is evidence of the magnitude of this permutation, as it has the power of humbling Amalaik, through the true Tzadik.
Rabbi Nussun writes in Likutay Halachos of the importance of wearing tefilling of Rabbainu Tam. Tefillin have four chapters from the Tora inscribed on parchment placed inside of them. These 4 chapters are represented by the 4 letters of the holy Name of God. There are many opinions what the correct order of the chapters should be. The primary order, the order of the Tefillin according to Rashi is: Shema - Y, Vihuyu im Shumoaa - H, Kadaish - V, Vihuyu - H, thus spelling out the holy name Y'H'V'H correctly, this is a strong indication and allusion to God's infinite mercy. The order of the chapters according to Rabbainu Tam is Y'H'H'V. This permutation alludes to the attribute of God's judgement, because it places the final H before the V. Rabbi Nussun explains that God created the world in two paradigms, ultimately everything in the world is accountable to the Judgment of God, however God in his infinite mercy created a paradigm of Mercy where one can get by with the mercy of God. The severity of the evil inclination, especially as we draw close to the end of the final galus - to the final redemption, is very much rooted in the harshness of the Judgement of God, therefore in order to have extra strength and power and to fix the evil at it's source, it is very beneficial to wear the Tefillin of Rabbainu Tam (haven't seen this inside in along time, so please check it up for yourself). Following this reasoning it seems that it would really be awesome to wear the Tefillin of Shimusha Rabba which have the permutation of H'V'H'Y (only in the head - according to many opinions, according to all opinions the arm's have the same permutation as Rashi) - the ultimate permutation of Judgement! 
This is also the permutation of TAMUZ, so B"H in the merit of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman may we merit to rise and raise everything to it's source in holiness.

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!


Nanach flower

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Welcoming, if a little late, Lazer G. and family to the U.S.A., and K.R. and family to Canada.

May we all merit to the true light of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Nanach man

Friday, June 19, 2009

shabbat shalom

for all nanach friends:
shabbat shalom
hope you could sing many times
na nach nachma nachman meuman


Likutay Halachos in English on the Parsha

Parshas Shelach Lecha - The Good & Evil of Wine

Parshas Korach - Sweetening Judgment With Loving Kindness

Translated by Dov Grant

Likutay Halachos - Halacha Based on Rebbe Nachmans Teachings on Parsha


Nanach in space

Nanach rocket ships

Thursday, June 18, 2009


Nanach hits a person like a million bombs hitting the Earth

nanach nanaj

shalom aleichem nanach friends,

i met in toronto a father from a recently married couple from tzfat, we sang together
na nach nachma nachman meuman

he told me his daughter's name but dont remember, sorry 

have a great nanach day 
uzi nanaj

Mazel Tov a New video

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Josef Ha Tzaddik vrs Rabbi Nachman

Of course these two are unique in their category..., but Josef needed to travel with the ten commandments while Rabbi Nachman got to write the ten lined Petek "with his own hands" (and he sent it ahead to prepare the way). Obviously he felt that the printing of all the books resulting from Likutey Moharan was not enough for his bones to end up by King David's. Folks the good news is that with the Petek...WE CANNOT LOOSE....HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!! SO you don't even need to wait to start dancing!!!!


Itzik Eshel - Rabbi Nachman

KEREN movie

Uman 4 & 5

Nanach is the Best!!!!!!

Ive gotten and email today asking if i new where they can buy a Nanach baseball cap.
And i dont no any online stores that are selling the Nanach baseball cap at this moment.Does anyone no a online store that is selling the Nanach b. cap at this moment?
Great Blessings Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MeUman =]

New Trance With The Saba

Just say it

this one took a while but i think it turned out great.
Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MeUman =]
Just say it!

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Uman 3

Does anyone no?

Ive been trying to find a website that will let me download the song Rabi Nachman by Itzik Eshel for along time and i cant seem to find it anywhere.Does anyone no where i can download this song on to my MP3 player?
Great Blessings Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MeUman =]


Monday, June 15, 2009

Uman 2

zman hage'ulla karov me'od!!!

(my friend motti solomon in toronto sent me this)...
it says in Nach that when the final redemtion comes, the lion and the sheep will live together this story!
na nach nachma nachman m'uman!!

Na Nach fits

does anyone here recall sitting around a Shabbos table or other gathering where people are sitting singing a song, and you just the can't figure out the words... or singing a nigun, and wishing there was something else to say rather than boim boim bum, or didee di doo, (or worse) laila laila li.
enter NA NACH..
Nach Nach fits EVERYWHERE. it is the total solution for (at least) song singing frustration, not to mention world rectification. and it's this redemption of's going to snowball b'ezras H' Yisoborach.
so Na Nach away:)

Nanach Yo

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Rosh Hashana is near

friday stikers

i took last friday 2 chabad yeshiva boys in my car, they asked me for stickers and i gave them, they were very happy
rabeinu for all the world!!

the song of redemption

we received lot of books " the song of redemption" we are giving them here in toronto,
people are very happy


אני סבא ישראל דב 2 עולם הזה לא כלום

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Nanach IS.

Just now while shopping for the holy Shabos I was telling everyone about Nanach, and one of the attendents was having difficulty accepting how amazing it is that we have Nanach, and although he wasn't wearing a kipa and he said that it was a long time since he put on tefilin he kept talking about Rabbis and the bible. Our conversation got louder and louder and some people joined in the dancing, as I told them YES! There is Nanach! Believe It! In so many different ways and forms and expressions, and the poor attendant kept saying but but, and he kept hearing the good tidings, Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman. Passerbys received Nanach stickers and others appreciated the Nanach sticker on a stop sign, and our attendant began to waver, soon he too will be Nanach!

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Friday, June 12, 2009

Enlightening the World with NA NACH

Hello Na Nach World,

I have posted my new book

Enlightening the World



The Spiritual Mission of Moses

and the Jewish People

Inspired by the Teaching of Rebbe Nachman

Na Nach Nachma Nachman From Uman

by Avraham Chaim Apatow

Please take a look and pass on the word!!

Shabbat Shalom


Likutay Halachos in English on the Parsha

Parshas Behaloscha - Emunah Ensures Eternal Success

Parshas Shelach Lecha - The Good & Evil of Wine

Likutay Halachos - Translated by Dov Grant

Campaign to Bring Rabbanue to EY

Here are 2 letters recently sent by Reuvain, Sharon and NachmanHome.Com to various politicians as part of their campaign to bring Rebbe Nachman to Eretz Yisroel.

Letter 1
Letter 2


Thursday, June 11, 2009

Mazal Tov to one of our holy Nanach followers wishes Yosef Noach Hochman a hearty Nanach mazal tov upon his comleting Shas another time, this time he was zoche to quite a few Nanachs inbetween. The main thing is Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

lag baomer we will not forget

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Get well Amram!

Today, the chaverim are meeting at Shaare Tzedek to honor and pray for the recovery of Amram Horowitz. It is a big mitsvah to join them. It's a good time to take care of your loved ones (even animals and trees) and if you are a mafitz, that means everyone on the street! May this spirit of caring responsability inspire G-d to make an extra effort to turn this out for the best! Accept these words of english as a simple prayer from a very simple person!

Monday, June 8, 2009


nanach stikers

i put the nanach sticker,  nanach "just say it" in my apple logo, in my mac

it is very powerfull because all the people in the public space where i am could see the
nanach, smile, and thinking about the importance to just say it :nanach!!


Sunday, June 7, 2009

Put your hand together for the one and only Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman

Previously we posted this song from Elisha Kramer from a private recording. Here EK sings it in a live concert given at YU on Yom Huatzamos (Israel Independance Day).


Saturday, June 6, 2009


Yichye Nanach

B"H the music site has opened a new folder for Yichye Azulai Nanach, if anyone can get in touch with him to see what he can contribute, please do so. In the meantime I have taken the liberty of contributing the last track of his album Malachay Hashalom: "gurgooloo".

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

-after-word - Yichye gave us permission.

Friday, June 5, 2009

Jews Keep The Tora!

In Yisrael Saba, I read that Rabbi Odesser says that a Jew who doesn't keep the Torah is a non-Jew (pg. 80 "They Will Surrender Entirely"). I thought that even a Jewish sinner is still a Jew. A Jew is always a Jew as long as his mother is a Jew.

My Reply:
The truth is this is a point of contention, a very strong problem with chabad philosophy. The Baal Hatanya seems to say that when a Jew sins he is (at that second) completely cut off from H"Y c"v, Rabbainu (and this is also a very reoccurring idea found in Ishbitz) says that even when you see a Jew doing the worst sin - know that deep inside he is really completely attached to H"Y, only externally he may portray himself differently. Saba, in the words you quoted, isn't getting into the nitty gritty of it, he's just driving home the fact that a Jew can not just ignore the Tora c"v. The fact of the matter is that everyone has in him the seventy nations (Rabbainu explains that this is why people go crazy in solitary confinement, because the nations inside of him are at war), each nation represents a different desire or worldly pleasure, very distant from the Tora. So when a person ignores the Tora he is actually listening and following and playing out one or more of the gentile nations, so even though deep inside he is a Jew, and even his act of ignoring and rebellion are in fact manifestations of his yearning soul, even still the actual actions are gentile, not Jewish. However much a persons actions are against the Tora, they are not Jewish, but it could be that what appears to be acts bereft of the Tora, are actually very much still deeply entrenched and rooted in holiness. 
Reply to my reply:
Ok. I think I'm starting to get Rabbi Odesser's way of speaking. It seems to me that he often speaks poetically, sometimes with exaggeration that cannot be taken literally literally. Rabbi Avraham ben haRambam writes that even Chazal used exaggerated loshon at times, to drive home a point. Do you agree?
Do you have any of the Chafetz Chaim's writings? I believe in one of his books - maybe Machaneh Yisrael there is a chapter that's called "A Jew is only someone who keeps the Torah". I remember seeing this and being shocked but at the time didn't want to get into it so I quickly forgot about it.
My reply:
Chazal did speak sometimes in exaggerated terms, but even still Kabalisticly they were precisely the truth.

    Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

How can Rabbi Odesser relate to us?

Someone just wrote to me the following:
It just hit me...Rabbi Odesser thought he was the worst sinner in the world for breaking the fast of the 17th. This apparently doesn't leave any room for anyone else to live. How could he relate to or even tolerate the smell of a Jew who did a few things "a little bit worse" than eating on a fast day? It's almost impossible for me to understand how this sin he did shattered him to the extent it did.

This was my Reply:
a. there's a lot to be said about this. here are a few succinct points:
b. the truth is that all real tzadikim are completely out of our comprehension, you have grasped one point in which you exposed this to a certain extent.
c. Rabbainu said that H"Y is so great that even the tiniest blemish is really completely unacceptable....
d. Rabbainu said that real service of H"Y only begins when one sees himself as no better than the worst sinners. It seems to me that in previous generations there were Tzadikim that were able to see themselves in such a fashion without actually falling or tasting the sins. However nowadays, or for regular people, they are only deluding themselves if they think they have such recognition, only those people that actually "get down and dirty" will start the process of realizing what true humility is etc.. The truth is that even big tzadikim also have to do this in order to complete their daas, as Rabbainu says in Likutay Moharan (bringing Avrohom Uvinu as an example).
e. Rabbainu taught that the greater the Tzadik is the more he understands and can relate even to the lowliest people (Rabbainu brought an example from Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakai who exposed hundreds of ways that one can break in to steal, the next day there were many robberies, for there were thieves present at the lesson).

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Parshas Beha’aloscha

Parshas Beha’aloscha

Extracts of Likutei Halachos by Rebbe Nosson of Breslav
Emunah Ensures Everlasting Success

Translated by R. Dov Grant

Possuk 12:7 "…he [Moshe] is ne’eman (trusted) in all My house"

The continued existence of the world depends on emunah/faith, as it states: “…and all His deeds with emunah”. And the entire Torah rests on emunah, as it states: “…all your mitzvos are emunah”. Similarly, Chazal (our Sages) teach that ‘Habakkuk came and established them [all the mitzvos] on one: “a tzaddik lives with his emunah”. For, thank G-d, we have Moshe Rabbeinu - the truly ‘ish ne’eman’/trusted man, the one fitting to rely upon. He caused us everlasting success and appraised us with what we need to trade in this world of ours – a world that is very far from the upper worlds. For we only come here in order to acquire merchandise for those ‘far off places’. Over there we will succeed and profit greatly from the wares in which we traded specifically in this physical world – a great, wondrous and awesome profit, immeasurable and priceless “unseen by human eye” (see Likutei Moharan II 55).

Only, no one knows with what he is rewarded in that world that is far from our country, where we must return. Therefore, Hashem took pity on us, sending us the “faithful shepherd” – Moshe Rabbeinu – he that is “ne’eman in all My house”. He took pity on us, brought us to prevail, enlightened our eyes and informed us of the entire Torah, transmitting it to us directly from Hashem. He instructed us regarding all the holy merchandise that we need to trade in, in this world: Wearing tzitzis, laying tefillin and all the rest of the awesome, holy mitzvos.

For sure, we don’t have to waste our days, G-d forbid, in investigating whether or not we will actually succeed with our wares. But someone that does probe and question is not only a heretic – he’s also foolish, foolhardy, simple and mad. Can there be anyone so stupid as to desire that evil wisdom - the delving after the ish ne’eman, wanting to know from his own perspective specifically, to understand with his intellect, why one should “prosper” from this merchandise?

Lets explain this by way of analogy. Let’s say that trustworthy people - those possessing true awesome wisdom - write to him from afar. They tell him to speedily trade in specific goods with absolute alacrity and care, for he will make huge, unbounded profit. And yet he willfully slackens, first wanting to check out why these goods are so important in that place. While doing his investigation he fails to do any trade, wasting away his time with vanity and emptiness. He will then arrive in that place in abject embarrassment, completely lacking anything good. All the more so, if he brings articles that are forbidden in that place, where they penalize the transporters of such items with difficult and bitter punishments, unlimited in quantity. Woe to that embarrassment and disgrace!

The message is clear. Moshe Rabbeinu and all the tzaddikim, the early and latter prophets, all the sages of the Mishnah and Gemara – all have written to us, exhorting us to fulfill the Torah of Moshe. They tell us that, through this, we will be successful in the next world. And they are all trustworthy people, wise and intelligent. And they truly love us. Certainly we do not need to investigate them, Heaven forbid. We just need to trust them and walk in their path. In this way, we’ll be able to trade in all the holy goods – the Torah and mitzvos. We don’t need to waste our time on any investigation, scrutinizing their validity, G-d forbid. Rather we have to occupy our lives in gathering and trading in that special merchandise that is ‘dearer than gold and pearls’, without equal in value.

Therefore we find that Shlomo Hamelech in Mishlei/Proverbs praises emunah with the words “Who can find a woman of valor [i.e. emunah]…?” Holy emunah is termed a woman of valor, for Rebbe Nachman teaches that truth and emunah correspond to the man and woman (see Likutei Moharan 7). And Shlomo praises emunah, the ‘woman of valor’, in this entire song, using terms of profit and success. This entire wondrous song, from start to finish, praises her with the goods that she is successful and profitable with. For the main success in our ‘holy merchandise’ is by way of the ‘woman of valor’ – holy emunah. This is as the Arizal writes throughout his works that emunah is an aspect of malchus/sovereignty, corresponding to the ‘G-d fearing woman’, an aspect of the ‘woman of valor’. Therefore, “she is like the merchant ships - from afar she brings her food”. For by way of holy emunah, relying on Moshe Rabbeinu and all the tzaddikim that follow his path, we are able to transport merchandise to far away places and bring our bread and sustenance to eternity from afar. For even if we ourselves are uninformed as to what to bring there, nevertheless, the truly ish ne’eman has informed us of what merchandise to bring in order to be always successful there.

Yoreh De’ah Hilchos Gilu’ach 4:3


sometimes I lay under the moon and thank g-d I'm breathin

Great New Song by Matisyahu.
sometimes I lay
under the moon
and thank g-d I'm breathin'
and I pray
don't take me soon
cause i am here for a reason
sometimes in my tears I drown
but I never let it get me down
so when negativity surrounds
I know some day it'll all turn around
all my life I've been waiting for
I've been praying for
for the people to say
that we dont wanna fight no more
and we dont want wars
and our children will play
one day
it's not about
win or lose
cuz we all lose
when they feed on
souls of the innocent
blood drenched pavement
keep on moving though the waters stay ragin'
in this maze you can lose your way (your way)
it might drive you crazy but dont let it phase you no way (no way)
sometimes in my tears I drown
but I never let it get me down
so when negativity surrounds
I know some day it'll all turn around
all my life I've been waiting for
I've been praying for
for the people to say
that we dont wanna fight no more
and we dont want wars
and our children will play
one day
one day this all will change
when people will say
"stop with the violence,
stop with the hate!"
one day we'll all be free
and brought to be
under the same song
singing songs of freedom like...

one day

all my life I've been waiting for
I've been praying for
for the people to say
that we don't wanna fight no more
and we dont want wars
and our children will play
one day


Nanach =]

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Hello pee-pall...
B'H, nanach, :) ...
Hashem dropped in my head the niggun to the the classic beatles song "hey jude".
if u change the title to "hey jew" and change some of the lyrics - its a gevalt nanach song!!
especially the na, na part at the end - is now a gevalt na nach chorus!
"hey jew, dont be arfaid, just sing the petek and u'll get better..."
"remeber, to-let rabeinu into ur heart, then u can sta-art to make things better"
"hey jew, be b'simcha, dont fa-all, from anything in the wor-rld"
"remember Hashem loves u, no matter what uve been thru, He can make it better"
Better, better, better, better, better, better, yaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh.....
Jew, jew, j-jew, etc....
[repeat, NAAA NAAACH part]
gevalt!!! hope it gives u simcha everyone!


B"H yesterday a bochurel from Monsey called my personal Nanach hotline and left me a message that I should come to his house. So I called him up to tell him that I'm no where near Monsey but there are other Nanach there. His mother answered the phone and I educated her in the fundamental principles of Emuna, the main thing being Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman. After close to an hour the lady figure out who I was! Her husband, Rabbi Abromski is a rebbe in Shaarei Torah, and was there when I attended the Beis Medrash there. She remembered her husband telling her about the great "tragedy" that someone like myself became Nanach! - very reminiscent (if I can flatter myself) of how R' Aron Kutler mourned R' Shlomo Carlbach's leaving the Yeshiva to teach the world about Rabbainu. B"H a few solid words, strong, healthy, happy, exciting words of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman were planted in that house. More than a few times I told her how she must teach everyone about the importance of Nanach, and hopefully she will rise to the task.

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!



Wednesday, June 3, 2009

נ נח נחמ נחמן מאומן

nanach stikers 3

nanach stikers 2

nanach stickers!

אני סבא ישראל דב1

nanach stickers

thanks to

thanks to


Tuesday, June 2, 2009

nanach stickers


nanach stikers

thank you for the beautiful nanach stikers we receive here in toronto to make hafatzah , the children "die" for stickers,
"""ehhyyy where are stickers?? they ask all the time@!!@!@!
na nach!!!!

New Saba-Punk song

This song is real punk rock and real Na Nach all in one. This is a New one. You can download it  here on our music site. go to Saba-nun folder and look for "This world's nothing!" here are the lyrics...
"This world's nothing!!"  (repeat a bunch of times)
"Rebbe Nachman Rebbe Nason laughing at all the world" (repeat)
"This world's nothing!! (Repeat)
"Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman" (repeat).
I hope you love it and mefitz it. It is the first of what I hope is a lot more to come.

Monday, June 1, 2009

cuento nanaj

habian muchos nanaj en el mundo
y habia mucha paz y alegria,
todos estudiaban torah, y cantaban
na naj najma najman meuman

con instrumentos, con voces, con computadoras, y mares

uzi nanaj

Say your Nanach prayers

About what I wrote about on 5 Sivan

There is a key connection I want to make between Rus the grandgrandmother of Dovid Hamelech & Rabbeinu and his Rebetzin who was Niftar on Erev Shavuos. Both righteous women have a key connection because Moshiach will be a descendant of theirs. Rabbeinu said that he accomplished that Moshiach will be a descendant of his, and so Moshiach will be a descendant of his Rebbetzin who was Niftar on the date of the Sefira of Malchus ShebiMalchus and Rus was the ancestor of Malchus - Malchus Beis Dovid, and whose Megila - Megilas Rus we read on Shavuos both in Tikun Leil Shavuos & during the day - back to back with Erev Shavuos as pertaining to the Inyan of the Sefira of the ultimate Malchus.

hitbodedut nanach

uzi nanaj