Friday, January 30, 2009
Uri,Mor,Raanan...went to spread joy in Mea shearim an ultra charadi area. Then they went to be mesamayach the friendly breslovers of Nekuda Tova, may they all be zochah to live off the light of the true tzaddik Rabbi NaNach Nachma Nachman mayuman
Thursday, January 29, 2009
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#9 ... And Rabbeinu Z"L in Sha`ar Hakawanot daf 2 amud 4 wrote: The 18 brachot from "al netilat yadayim" until the end of brachot hatorah -- one must order and bless them each day, even through he did not oblige himself in them. Because they are all wonderful hints to upper lights, and we shouldn't annul them. Even one who did not sleep at night, or if he did not remove his turban or clothes or shawl or shoes etc -- he must recite them each day, all of them, even though he did not oblige himself in them, since they are affixed according to the custom of the world, except for bircat "sheasah li kol tzorki" on 9 Av and YK, when the whole world goes barefoot; and also except for birkat "al netilat yadayim" and "asher yatzar," for with these two, if he did not obligate himself in them he should not recite them. Up to here is his words.
[So looks like if you don't sleep in the first half of night, for example you stayed up until chatzot, then at chatzot lilah (6 clock hours after tzeit hakochavim) you say the 18 brachot except for netilat yadayim and "asher yatzar" (unless you happen to go then I guess).]
#13: One who slept fixed sleep (deliberate sleep lasting 60 breaths/about a half-hour) before midnight and awoke before midnight -- should not say birchot hashachar. So it seems from the face-value statements of the mequbbalim, and so it seems from the Zohar Haqadosh, Bereishit daf 10 amud 2, and see "Miqdash melekh" there. But birchat hatorah he can say before midnight, since he already slept regular sleep, and so it seems from the Zohar Haqadosh there, and see acharonim Z"L. However if he awoke close to midnight, it is proper to wait until after midnight (and in the meantime he can say songs and praises, do hitbodedut etc.) in order to recite birchot hashachar with birchot hatorah like the order of the tikkun each day, and they be one bundle...
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
B"H YS"L! Just now I found a Targum Yonusun that basicly says this on the verse in Proverbs (Mishley chapter 14) מדרכיו ישבע סוג לב ומעליו איש טוב, וסוף הפסוק תרגם יונתן ז"ל וגברא טבא נסבע מן דחלתיה! 'and good man is satiated from his fear (of God)!!!! NNNNM!!!!!
מי שמפזר מעותיו בשביל לקנות לעצמו רב ללמד ממנו, על ידי זה ימצא חן!
whoever spends his money to find a teacher to learn from, he will find grace.
grace in Hebrew are the letters נח, the student is נ as in the classic student Yehoshua ben Nun the student of Moshe.
So spend your money on Nanach, and you will find Rabbainu Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!!!
So write down all your Nanach dreams, date them, with the time and place, and watch their fruitiion.
Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!!!
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Right now we're considering adding to nanach.net a perminent link to words of encouragement to deny the falsehood of nature and pursuit of money (two categories), rather to have full complete belief in God that the world and everything in it and that happens in it is under His dominion.
Monday, January 26, 2009
A couple of weeks back, we read about Baby Moses in the Parsha. The Posuk that mentions him being named - the 40th letter in the Posuk is the Mem=40 in Moshe's name. According to one Midrash, he had three periods of 40 years each - in Mitzrayim, Midyan, and the Midbar. Then on Har Sinai, he was in Shomayim for three periods of 40 days each. Now the Mishnayos, composed by Rabbeinu HaKadosh (Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi) - the same title that Rabbeinu Nachman is called - begins with a Mem - Mei'eimosei, and ends with a Mem (Sofis) - Ba'Shalom.
Then the Mishna Torah - composed by the Rambam (Rabbeinu Moshe Ben Maimon) - ends of with the last three words KaMayim LaYom Mechasim - all ending with Mem (Sofis). It has been said that on the night that the Rambam finished his composition, his father Maimon and Moshe Rabbeinu appeared to him, the latter giving him his Haskama on his newly completed work. And then we know with Rabbeinu as brought down in a Sefer pertaining to his life that he encompassed 40 years (even though he lived in this world only 38 and a half years) because he was born in 5532 and was Niftar in 5571 - on the day of the Ushpizin of Moshe. And of course, as per his magnum opus Likutei Moharan, he is called Moharan that begins with a Mem.
So what is the particular connection of Mem with NaNach? Remember Saba's birthday 20 Kislev? We just celebrated 120 years since the birth of Saba, the Moshe Rabbeinu of the last generation, just like Moshe Rabbeinu himself who lived for 120 years. Anyways, Rosh Chodesh Shevat is either 40 days after Saba's birthday, as it fell out this year; or in other years, Rosh Chodesh Shevat is the 40th day from Saba's birthday.
And speaking of beginning - Rabbeinu, middle - Rabbi Moshe Breslover, and end - Saba, - you know what else is beginning, middle and end? The EMES! Yes, the word itself too. That is, when including the five Sofis letters of Mintzafach (in order, it's Chof, Mem, Noon, Pei, Tzadi) within the 22 Alef Beis by their respective letters, thus a total of 27 letters - the letter Mem is the middle letter (the 14th). Thus, Rabbi Moshe Breslover, whose name starts with Mem, also corresponds particularly to the letter Mem!
Rosh Chodesh Shevat is no stranger in Jewish history. The beginning of Sefer Devarim, also called Mishna Torah, mentions this date ("In the 11th month, on Day One of the month") as the beginning of Moshe Rabbeinu's final sermons to the Jewish Nation shortly before his Histalkus. And so too did Rabbi Moshe Breslover - the connecting bar beginning with Rabbeinu and ending with Saba - compose a most unique composition in relationship to the Likutei Moharan of Rabbeinu, who in turn was Niftar on the day of the Ushpizin of Moshe Rabbeinu. In another sense, he was like Moshe Rabbeinu in being an Onov/humble in terms of running away from honor (as mentioned in the learning of the letter Tzadi of Rabbi Breslover's Sefer, and Tzadi is the letter for Chodesh Shevat), and was featured as such in today's NaaNaach's blog on Rabbi Breslover.
Speaking about the Rambam, it's interesting to note that he is hinted in the Torah in this very week's Parshas Bo, the week of Rabbi Moshe Breslover's Yahrzeit! The simple hint to the Rambam are the Roshei Teivos of the words Revos Mofsai B'Eretz Mitzrayim - Hashem wanting to increase his wonders in the land of Egypt - in order to make a Kiddush Hashem in the world seeing everything that happened to the Egyptians. Then in the following section on Kiddush HaChodesh and the Mitzvos about Pesach (NOTE: The Rambam was born on Erev Pesach)- there are hints to the Rambam's Mishna Torah - where these two words are spelled equidistantly, there are 613 spaces between these two words.
Anyways, in the beginning of Sefer Devorim that is also called Mishna Torah where it says that Moshe explained the Torah - as did the Rambam in the most halachic sense - it mentions in the 11th Posuk - a Beracha that Moshe gave that Hashem should bless Bnei Yisrael a THOUSANDful. Interesting, there are exactly 1,000 chapters in the Rambam's Mishna Torah.
Now literally, Mishna Torah means "Repetition of the Torah". Interestingly, Rabbi Moshe Breslover's work Ner LaTzadik consists of pieces of the Likutei Moharan - indeed a repetition of Rabbeinu's Torah!
Good reason for me to be enlarging the above words. There is what is called Hilchos Rosh Chodesh - Laws of the NEW Moon, and then there is what is called Hilchos Chodosh - Laws of the NEW grain. Yes, that Mitzva. According to the Torah, it is forbidden to eat of the new grain that grows since the Omer - the barley offering (with its accompanying Korbonos) brought on 16 Nissan, until the Omer is brought that coming year. In any case, both the words Chodesh & Chodosh are spelled the same way - the only difference are the Nekudos.
Over a year ago, I discovered something fantastic pertaining to Likutei Halachos. Unlike the LH on Rosh Chodesh which is rather quite lengthy (don't mind that, I am a Rosh Chodesh baby), his LH on Chodosh is relatively much shorter. What does this mean? There has to be some intrinsic connection between Chodesh & Chodosh, which is in fact somehow pointed out in LH of Hilchos Chodosh. So, I thought of an idea last year - learn a portion of this EVERY DAY to be completed every month! Got too busy at one point, but Bli Neder, I hope to shortly learn at least the beginning of it today before the end of the day (it's almost Shekiah), once again. I had in mind to translate this at one point, but now with nanach.net, it will make it much easier. Don't have much time left, but I hope that on Tu B'Shevat, which is the birthday of Rebbe Nosson, author of Likutei Halachos, I will be able to begin translating Hilchos Chodosh (in Yoreh Deah), which I will post here B'Ezras Hashem. Meanwhile, you can start your own Seder in this - if you learn an approximate even amount of it every day, you can learn a small amount which you will be able to complete in one month. Speaking of which - the Shir CHODOSH - Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!
Tzarich L'Hisyarei: One needs to be afraid and dreadful of honor, for honor is a great danger, endangerment of life, for it judges all the judgements, as it's written "King of Honor" (Tehillim 24), for honor is the aspect of Malchus, for it judges all. Thus, everyone searches and asks "Who is this king of honor" if he is worthy of this. This is what is written "Will be sanctified through My Honor" (Shemos 29) "Don't read this as interpreting this as "Through My honor" but "Through my honored ones" (Zechachim 115b), for by honor, one can cause death, Chas V'Shalom. Thus, one is weighed on the scales (of judgment), if Chas V'Shalom, one blemishes the Honor even as little as a hairsbreadth, so that it shouldn't receive it as needed, then, Chas V'Shalom, the scales of guilt win out. This is what is called "Scales of justice (Vayikra 19), for justice is the Holy Kingdom, which is the aspect of honor, King of Honor, as mentioned above.
This is the meaning of "scales of justice", for then he is weighed on the scales (May Hashem help him/her for the sake of His name, Amen) (Part 1:131)
Eesah BaGemara: See in the Gemara - (Rabbi Nechunya Ben HaKana was asked) "In what merit did you live a long life?" The rabbi answered "I was easy going with my money". (Megillah 28a)
To explain this, we need to know what it says in the Zohar HaKadosh (Naso 123):
"Come and see: Each one of the six days of Creation has a replica of the spiritual level that leads it, and you don't find any day that does not have good in it..."
"Each day has its outside fence so that not anyone can just come in for the good that it contains; for example, anyone who consists of darkness that covers the light..."
"Because of this, one who is wicked while wishing to know the secrets of the Torah, will have his thoughts confused by angels of destruction who are called darkness and thick clouds, snakes and scorpions, who are called wild beasts of the field, in order to prevent this wicked person from entering a place where he does not belong."
"However, for one who is good, all of these angels protect him, as these prosecuting angels become his advocates, and they themselves bring him to the Hidden Good and say to Him: "Our Master, here is a person who is good, righteous and fearing of Heaven, and he wishes to enter in Your Presence"..."
"That Hidden Good will say to them: "Open up for him the gate that is called love" or "Open up for him the gate that is repentance." Every righteous person will enter a particular area according to his spiritual level."
There is no good but Torah (Avoda Zara 19b). When one wants to be immersed and think in Torah, meaning in the secrets of the Torah, there are "snakes and scorpions" that confuse his thoughts - these are the thoughts that come to a person. When a person wants and desires spirituality very much, and Hashem opens up the way for him, as mentioned in this piece of Zohar, then every day is by him very great, for he sees and comprehends the hidden goodness, meaning the secrets of the Torah that is connected with that particular day.
This is what the Tana asked: "In what merit did you live a long life?" Meaning, in what particular characteristic did you enter the hidden goodness, by which you lengthened your days that they should be great (as mentioned above). The rabbi answered him "I was easy going with my money". This was the characteristic of Avraham Avinu, and it is the gate that is called Love, which is the right side. As stated in Tikunei Zohar (Tikun 70): "From the right side is the white part of the brain like money". Meaning, that all of the accusers and "snakes and scorpions", meaning, the foreign thoughts that confuse one's mind, become white like money. And so it says regarding Avraham (Bereishis 24) "Now Avraham was old, well on in years" (NOTE: This is part of a Posuk that is a Minhag to say on Rosh Chodesh immediately following Hallel), meaning that all of his days were complete and great, for the right side is the white part of the brain that is like money, and the accuser becomes the defender, and Avraham was able to come every day to the hidden goodness that he was connected with. (Part 1:84)
In Kaballah, each month as well as each day of the week has its corresponding letter. The remaining letters are Alef, Mem, Shin. Well, it's easy to use the Mem & Shin for the name Moshe, and since Alef is the date of the month of the Ba'al Hilula, the teaching for the Alef will be in an accompanying blog, as well as for the letter Tzadi that represents Chodesh Shevat. For the letters of the seven days of the week - Beis Gimel Daled Kof Pei Reish Tov - I translated the teachings beginning with these letters last year for the seven weeks of the Sefira. You can refer to the other teachings for the months that I translated in this past year - Hei Vov Zayin Cheis Teis Yud Lamed Noon Samech Ayin Tzadi Koof (corresponding to the months Nissan through Adar, respectively).
For those who have yet to have possession of this booklet, and you want to recite the physical words in Hebrew - no problem. I will have the source for each section in the Likutei Moharan that you should have with you wherever you travel; and even if you had only had a chance to see this after Rosh Chodesh is over, it's never too late to learn something in someone's memory - but the ultimate way of memoralizing someone is to follow the teachings of what you learn, which is ultimately the learning of Torah L'Shmah.
Me'Inyan Amiras Tehillim: Regarding saying Tehillim, Rabbeinu told someone that the main thing about it is saying each Mizmor of Tehillim for oneself, that is, finding oneself in each and every Mizmor. The guy asked Rabbeinu as to how one does this. Rabbeinu explained to him a little bit: For in the psalms in which Dovid HaMelech A'H sought that Hashem Yisborach should save him from the wars, accordingly, everyone needs to interpret this pertaining to oneself as the war of the Yetzer Hora and his army. This same method applies with the other psalms for whatever particular situation that they are talking about. The guy in turn asked Rabbeinu as to how one is supposed to interpret for oneself the verses in which Dovid HaMelech A'H praises himself, such as "Guard my soul for I am pious" (Tehillim 86), and other similar phrases. Rabbeinu answered him back: One needs to interpret this also for oneself, for one needs to judge oneself favorably and find within oneself some merit and good point. This good point is the aspect of being pious/Chosid, and similarly in other situations. Rabbeinu continued illustrating this: About King Yehoshaphat, it's written "He lifted his heart in Hashem's ways" (Divrei HaYomim II 17), for in Hashem Yisborach's ways and Avoda, Yehoshaphat lifted his heart a little bit. Rabbeinu then pointed something similar in our Tefillos: Don't we first say in the morning "What are we, what are our lives" etc. where we belittle ourselves very much? But afterwards we say: "BUT we your nation the sons of your Bris" etc., for afterwards we strengthen and lift ourselves, and we recount our greatness and elaborate that we are His nation the sons of his Bris, the seed of Avraham, Yitzchok & Yaakov etc., for this is how we need to conduct ourselves in Avodas Hashem as mentioned above. Check out what it says in Likutei Moharan 1:282, on the Posuk "I will sing to my G-d while I exist. (Part 2:125 - the very last Torah in Likutei Moharan!)
Shir Mizmor Lamenatzeiach - (I think this is quoting from the beginning Posuk of Tehillim 88). The Gemara interprets this as "Sing to the One that we have victory over and He is happy" (Pesachim 119). For when one speaks in front of HaKadosh Baruch Hu and details his speech with conplaints and requests, in essence he/she wants to conquer Him so to speak, while Hashem Yisborach has pleasure from this. Therefore, He sends words to the one praying to Him in order that he can conquer Him so to speak, in order for Hashem to receive pleasure. For without this, certainly it would be impossible for one of flesh and blood to conquer HaKadosh Baruch Hu, but Hashem Yisborach himself sends and prepares words and complaints for the one praying to conquer Him as mentioned above. (Part 1:124)
HaNosein Tzedaka: One who gives Tzedaka is saved from Aveiros. For anyone who has mercy on Hashem's creatures, Heaven has mercy on him/her (Shabbos 151b), while it is forbidden to have mercy on one who has no knowledge (Berachos 33). And since Heaven has mercy on him, it has to be that Heaven gives him knowledge, and thus such a person is saved from coming into the clutches of sin, for one does not sin unless a spirit of foolishness has entered him/her (Sotah 3), but when one has knowledge, he/she is saved from Aveiros. Amen, So may it be His will (Part 1:116)
NOTE: For learning Mishnayos L'Zecher Nishmas Moshe Ben Yosef - most meaningful Perakim are Avos 1 (Mem), Yoma 6 (Shin), Sotah 1 (Hei), as all three mention Moshe's name within the particular Perek, starting with Avos 1 which immediately begins with the name Moshe, and Sota 1 also mentions Yosef's name which is the name of the Niftarim's fathers.
Teacher Rabbi Nachman' has the numercial value of 301, and we pointed
out that Rabbi Nachman himself once said that the word כסף – 'money'
if spelled out – כף סמך פא – has the numercial value of 301. Just now
I found a Rash"i in the Prophet Hoshaya (3:2) that states כסף has the
numerical value of ניסן! (B"H this is coming from Rash"i, because it
means you must spell ניסן without the Yud. This opens new doors and
avenues of understanding, because ס is interchangeable with ת, this
would make ניסן – נסן – נתן! Rabbi Nussun!!!!). ניסן is the birthday
of מוהר"ן and is also ראש השנה (as Rabbainu says explicitly in Likutay
Moharan end of Tora 49 which discusses the שיר פשוט כפול שלוש מרובע)
which is the whole aspect of Rabbainu!
that נבוכדנצר was capable of singing to Hashem praises that would make
the Psalms pale in comparison. This is a sign that his soul had very
deep roots, and the deeper one's roots the greater is the depths the
soul must subjugate and conquer for the good, but obviously he was not
successful (if I recall correctly the sefer Nefesh Hachaim by R. Chaim
Volozhin discusses this, or it may be brought up as a question to what
he writes, it is something I discuss in my unpublished commentary to
his work, Simchas Hachaim). What he needed was the ultimate power of
conquering and reversing even the most evil to good – Rabbainu Na Nach
Nachmu Nachman MayUman.
Very often נבוכדנצר is called נבוכדראצר – we can break up this name
to find it's roots - נבוך דראצר – confused of retzar – retzar has the
numerical value 491 which is that of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman.
נבוכדראצר just couldn't figure out the powerful secret that he so
desperately needed - נ נח נחמ נחמן מאומן!
says that the word העז means to gather, 'now send out and gather your
herds' this is an amazing application of the word which usually means
strength and more particularly brazeness. This is very well understood
by the teachings of Rabbainu, as we find by Yosef, אסף ה' את חרפתי,
'Hashem gathered my disgrace' in order for one to overcome and rectify
disgrace one needs עזות דקדושה 'holy brazeness', so we see that עזות
is means of gathering.
Guile brazeness is called עזות מצח if we add a yud, which signifies
the flux of the Ain Sof B"H (the Non Limited one Blessed He) [this is
something done by the Besht in one of his letters – כל רב בבל ורבי
בא"י כי ר' זה חכמה, ראשית חכמה, וב' זה בינה, אבל זה בלי נבעיות, וכאשר
מוסיפין יו'ד וכו' – זה אינו לשונו ממש אבל קצת קרוב כפי מה שאני זוכר)]
then we get עזות נצח the holy brawn of the נחמן (gimatria Netzach).
The word בעזות with the letters and inclusive have the numerical value
נ נח נחמ נחמן מאומן!
the Egyptians. It is interesting to note that we don't find any
mention of people trying to pretend to be of the Leviites then (only
later, when there was great honor and power involved to we find things
like this happening, like with Korach). Wouldn't it be a very simple
effective way to avoid the slavery?
This is further evidence to peoples great misconception of what the
slavery of Egypt was. People think that it was about manual labor and
the like. The Zohar says that the slavery was about learning the
Talmud ויעבידו אותם בחומר ובלבנים, בחומר זו קל וחומר, ובלבנים זו
ליבון סוגיות – 'the Egyptions enslaved them with mortar and brick,
mortar is Kal Vichomar (logical reasoning and proof) and bricks are
the clarification of logical discussions. The tribe of Levi was not
enslaved to this labor of figuring out the problems of the things that
are wrong and evil, they dedicated themselves to pursuing just the
pure and holy, praying to G-d and studying His ways of Pure Holiness.
To be a Levi meant that one had full and active belief that God is one
and everything. The Levi would not work, he believed that God provides
sustenance so working would be insanity. Therefore it is easy to
understand that although everyone had the option of leaving the
slavery by joining the tribe of Levi, no one did so, because they were
trapped in the slavery of their own ideology grappling with wrong and
evil and couldn't free themselves as the tribe of Levi.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
The Saba Rabbi Yisroel Dov mamash saved the whole world from the Sitra Achra ('the other side'), that is one of the reasons he earned the nickname Saba, because Sitra Achra is usually spelled ס"א, and Sabba built his house ב – בית in the middle, tearing it apart ס'ב'א!!!!
Well, this week I picked up a Sefer on the topic of Shovavim, as well as topics on Teshuva & Avodas Hashem - basically quotes mostly from various Chasidic Rebbes. Included in this are
statements from Rebbe Nachman from Likutei Moharan 2:73, which I will now quote. It is true that a couple of weeks ago, I wrote something similar; but as Chazal tell us that when we come across a particular subject mentioned in the Torah more than once, the additional mention comes to teach something new. Thus, especially in light of the fact that this Erev Rosh Chodesh will be the only Yom Kippur Kattan in this year's Shovavim period, it's most appropriate to mention the following:
SAYING TEHILLIM IS A SEGULA FOR TESHUVA
"For there are 50 gates of Teshuva. A person can enter and attain 49 of these gates, but the 50th gate is the aspect of Teshuva of Hashem Himself so to speak. For also with regard to the Blessed One do we find an aspect of Teshuva Returning), as it's written "Return to me, and I will return to you"."
"Now these 49 gates of Teshuva are the aspect of the 49 letters that are in the names of the 12 Shevatim -"Shivtei Kah", for each and every gate has its corresponding letter of the 49 letters of the Shevatim, and behold everyone wants to "fear Your Name". Nevertheless, not everyone merits to do Teshuva. For as we see that there are those who have absolutely no arousal for Teshuva; and even one who has an arousal for Teshuva does not necessarily merit to reach the letter and the gate of Teshuva that relates to him; and even if he finally reaches there, it can happen that the gate of Teshuva is closed. Thus, as a result, a person may not merit Teshuva."
"The Solution: Saying Tehillim even when one has absolutely no arousal for Teshuva, stirring oneself to do Teshuva, and also merits as a result of saying Tehillim to reach the particular gate and letter that one is related to and open the gate. And all this - one merits as a result of Tehillim. This is hinted in the first Posuk of Sefer Shemos in the last letters of the first 10 words spelling the letters Tehillim & Teshuva respectively. The fact that one merits Teshuva through Tehillim is the aspect of "The names of Bnei Yisroel who came to Mitzrayim", for the 49 gates of Teshuva are the aspect of the 49 letters that are in the names of Bnei Yisroel (Yaakov's children) who came to Mitzrayim to be purified there."
THROUGH TEHILLIM, WE MERIT TESHUVA
"One who wants to merit Teshuva, should regularly say Tehillim, for saying Tehillim is a Segula for Teshuva. This is illustrated by Chazal (Avoda Zara 4b): Dovid HaMelech was not worthy of sinning in relationship of the incident involving his wife Bas-Sheva. It happened only in order to instruct Teshuva for an individual, etc. Dovid HaMelech's main Teshuva was his composition Sefer Tehillim which he said with great arousal and Ruach HaKodesh".
P.S. Off to a great start this week. Note the time of this posting 2:01 AM. Indeed, this week's Parsha is Bo - which is Beis (2) & Alef (1)!
Saturday, January 24, 2009
Friday, January 23, 2009
Thursday Night: Mad Nanach Chulent Party 9:00 PM
Mincha, Kabbalas Shabbos, Mariv 4:35 PM
The Na Nach Tish: The Pure Clean Table of the Nanach Hasidim will
be led by the Famous Nunver Rebbeh
Shabbos Afternoon Mincha: 4:25 PM
Seudah Shlishit and Mariv after Mincha
Melaveh Malkah 8:30 PM Wild Nanach dance party, bring your instruments.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
This is a picture of Gilgul Sheleg Nanach sporting a Black Nanach beannie.
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
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Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman!
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009
It is interesting to note that Rabbi Nachman concluded the idea by stating that with their conclusion they violate the Belief in Our Sages. One would think that there are alot worse consequences of having deluded rabbis, both for themselves and their followers, but Rabbi Nachman seems to think that the worst aspect is their belittlement and rejection of the supremacy of Our Sages!
Monday, January 19, 2009
Another great development from my conversation with Rauskucker was finding the where-a-bouts of the German media coverage of Nanach. Some of you might recall a couple of months ago a team of German journalists preparing a video and presentation on Nanach, and then we never heard from them again. Well Rauskucker had not only read and seen the presentation he documented it on his homepage, and he was so kind as to share this information with me! It's mamash Givald! Givald!
So here are the links, it's two articles and video. If you go to Google translate and paste the URL into the translate box, and set the languages to German - English, they will translate the whole page for you (the first article very well - except for the fact that they also translate Na Nach as Na after, because Nach is German for after, as is Nuch a Na Nach (another NaNach!), the second article which is a much much better one doesn't get translated as well, but it's good enough to understand what is being said).
The video narration is mostly built on the second article.
video: WARNING!!! The beginning of this video has immodest women in it - WARNING!!!
Sunday, January 18, 2009
B"H more people will elaborate on this, we need people to start doing the 70 kolos screams of the pregnant women, so that we can be reborn into the Purity and Holiness of the True followers of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman!
B"H last week Yosef Saban and I had a great video chat!
B"H there is alot more getting together of the Nanach, especially with great blessings to our Rockymountain Nanach blitzing with posts and videos and all types of other stuff, and AYGS and Shlomo rolling out the videos and other hafatza!
Sabanoon Productions (with Yosef, Gidalya, and Shany) rocking the house with more amazing videos!
Great post by our Gematria man SM about the succession of the holy names Nachman Nussun and Sabba in Shaymos Hatzadikim.
Great videos from our Dear Israeli Nanach Brothers! With another great video from a new friend of the Nanach from Germany!
Special thanks to our webmaster for keeping everything together and continually pumping out new stuff and inovations.
Also thanks to Yakov from Montreal who's put alot of work and time to keep the site organized.
There are some other people that deserve mention but I really got to go, so I hope they'll forgive me and lash out with some more Nanach!
Keep up the good work!
Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman!
B"H one mitzva leads to another, this motzay shabos Yisroel Gottlieb got together with me for the first time in Toronto (great self sacrifice on all our accounts because of miny snow storm here), and I served him the candy.
We discussed and planned strategies of how we can be zoche to be part of Rabbainu's world conquest.
Visit my HP, go to "Themenarchiv", look for "Religion", take 2008/10/16 and the next one. One of the links has a video. Maybe not possible to watch from overseas
If anyone can figure this out, please do so asap!
Saturday, January 17, 2009
If you read through the Shemos HaTzadikim in the part of the Tanaim & Amoraim as listed in order of the Alef Beis - you will find a very striking thing. You have a list of rabbis named Rav Nachman, then very shortly afterwards are a list of rabbis named Rav Nosson, and then right away starts the Samech list - and the very first rabbi is called Sovo/Sava which is in effect the word or the same letters as Saba!
Friday, January 16, 2009
B"H alot of other Nanach videos, like the Na Nach Swipe have also recieved many honors (10!) this week.
B"H every Nanach completely changes and renews the entire universe in the Goodnes of God!!!!!!
Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman!
Tikkun Mem Ches (48) in the Tikkunay Zohar
Especially useful for Shovavim
Na Nach Nachmu Nachman MayUman!!!
Thursday, January 15, 2009
when you go there - press the "play all" and it will play around 20 times in a row without you having to do anything.
This can be combined with Sabanuns trick and can be done in 5 browser windows enabling you to play the clip 100 times with only 5 clicks. You can then turn off the volume and walk away from the computer.
We need you to help hit it up - first of all by playing the video here until it stops - this will play 200 times and will take apx. 35 minutes. Also by visiting the video and commenting on it, clicking on 'favorite' and by rating it awesome by clicking on the star furthest right. Also by subscribing to the channel. In short what ever you can think of or imagine - do it! NNNNM!!!!
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Rabbanue teaches us that each time you do a sin, it is only because a spirit of madness over takes you. Guess what, after each sin the residue of madness remains within the person until he has no control over himself at all. Obviously this only shows when he is fighting his lusts and bad traits. For as long as he is steeped in his lusts and bad traits both he and his spirits of madness are moving in the same direction. Therefore it looks like he is in control, for there is no opposition or anything fighting him. It is the opposite, the spirits of Madness are actually helping him, giving him more power. It might therefore seem to an outsider that he is in even more control.
Fortunate are we that we have these teachings from Rabbanue so we are not misled, fooled and sidetracked by seeing the everyday cases of 'Rash vtov lo' how the wicked seem to succeed.
Either way, the point of all this was just to say that most people that oppose Nanach and Rebbe Nachman fall into this category and they are the ones that are truly crazy.
However it is known that every lie has some truth, therefore even in these peoples words there must be some element of truth.
In the Sefer Tahars Hakodesh, Rebbe Aharon Rateh has a list of techniques that a person might use to ward off impure thoughts and temptations. One of the methods is to temporarily act insane. Rebbe Ahron Rateh then revels a great secret, that klipot of Tivas Niuf can only maintain a hold on a person as long as he possesses the spirit of a human. However when he acts insane they can no longer maintain their hold upon him. Rebbe Ahron Rateh then recommends doing some actions of insanity. Look it up in Taharas Hakodesh to see the whole piece. This is also part of the reason why King Dovid acted insane when he was stuck in the Land of Pelishtim.
In short the next time you are confronted by Hirrhurim / impure thoughts and have a difficulty getting rid of them, stand up and yell out in the most insane and crazy way you can...
And watch the Klipot evaporate to nothingness.
052-683-6470 (011-972-52-683-6470 from USA)
He has a credit card machine and can accept donations over the phone they are based on the Gaza border.
Time and Place Start Time: Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 10:00pm
End Time: Friday, January 16, 2009 at 2:00am
Location: THE MULLINARY SHUL
Street: 1052 6TH AVENUE (OFF OF 38TH STREET)
City/Town: Manhattan, NY
Contact Info Phone: 7188649928
Please be aware this event is for Kiruv - outreach - purposes!
B"H there will be some Nanach music and Nanach representation.
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That makes almost 8000 hits (and many still haven't been registered, like our hits from the spanishnanach and Hebrew na-nach.net etc.) in less than 2 days!!!
Keep hitting up on Nanach!!!