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Monday, August 31, 2009

The Greatest Tzedaka That Hashem Has Ever Given Us

First things first - the word Teitze as in the beginning phrase of last week's Parsha Ki Teitze - Ki Teitze - "When you go out to war against your enemies...", as is also the number of 491 - Tohv, Tzadi, Alef - is the Gematria of Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman. And as the beginning of the this Parsha begins with talking about fighting our enemies, so does the very end of this Parsha talk about this theme - our biggest enemy Amalek.

As I had mentioned in the past, the number of the Pesukim of the Chumash correspond to the number of years of this world, and Rabbeinu is the Tzadik Yesod Olam who was born in 5532, which would mean that this corresponds to the 5532th Posuk of the Chumash which falls out in Parshas Ki Teitze. The 5532th Pasuk (Devarim 24:13 - last Posuk of 6th Aliyah) begins with the words- Hasheiv Teshiveim - "You shall surely return", a double connotation of the cognote word Teshuva, commonly translated as repentance, but in fact really means return, as in returning to the path that Hashem instructed us to be on. A few words later: U'Lecha Tihye Tzedaka - "It will be charity for us", for Hashem was very gracious in giving us Rabbeinu to help us do Teshuva and merit eternal life, because without Rabbeinu, many would never make it - would never win the war with the Yetzer Hara and would never merit eternal life - thus the greatest Tzedaka that Hashem has ever given us! he Posuk concludes with - Lifnei Hashem Elokeicha - the first word which can be translated as "before" or "in front of" "Hashem your G-d". A little different way of translating this can be "to the presence of..." Thus, by our good actions that Hashem helped facilitate which He did not have to do by bringing us Rabbeinu, and could have just as easily have told us that we failed to do what He wanted and tough luck on us, thus a true Tzedaka on Hashem's part, but by bringing Rabbeinu into this world who in turn has brought many Yidden into the next world of eternal reward, we will come "to the presence of Hashem", basking in the spiritual light of the future - forever. Perhaps the double connotation of the word "Return" connotating Teshuva, hints to the fact that it is both Hashem & Rabbeinu who help us reach the path of righteousness.

(It's interesting to note that Rabbi Dov Ber, the Magid of Mezritch, successor of the Ba'al Shem Tov, passed away on 19 Kislev of this same year - 5532, months before Rabbeinu's birth, after whom Saba - Rabbi Yisroel Dov Ber Odesser - was named after)

Certainly, besides the literal connotations of the Pshat of the Torah which involves Mitzvos of the Torah when it comes to fighting our enemies who threaten our existance, especially in Eretz Yisroel, the Torah is also talking about spiritual war - fighting the Yetzer Hara. As Rashi points out at the beginning of this Parsha when dealing about finding a good looking woman in war, Rashi comments "The Torah only speaks against the Yetzer Hara". Then at the end of the Parsha about Amalek, Rashi mentions the subject of sexual impurity. Indeed, it was Rabbeinu Nachman who came up with the ultimate solutions to conquer this all time temptation - once and for all - but it is a real war against the Yetzer Hara with the goal of winning the spiritual war.

Bearing in mind that the word Chumash is the Gematria of Na Nach Nachma Nachman (354), Ki Teitze as the 49th Parsha of the Chumash can correspond to the 49th and last day of the Sefira - falling out on 5 Sivan, which is the Yahrzeit of the Rebbetzin of Rabbeinu, which signifies that the Jewish woman, Eishes Chayil, who helps her husband not only physically, but spiritually as well, thus allowing him to learn Torah and grow spiritually. Indeed, it is the Sefira period which is a time of preparation of receiving the Torah. And then the beginning of Parshas Ki Savo, the 50th Parsha - which begins with entering Eretz Yisroel and settling in it - describes the scenario following the fight with our enemies - and corresponds to the 50th day - Shavuos - when we received the Torah. Also, the word Savo has the same letters as the word Avos, the Masechta of Mishnayos that is customarily learned on Shabbos afternoon between Pesach & Rosh Hashana, which begins with Moshe Kibel Torah MiSinai - "Moshe received the Torah from Sinai" which began on Shavuos. And it is the 1st Aliya of Parshas Ki Savo the 5561st-5571st Pesukim of the Chumash which corresponds to the years 5561-5571, the last 11 years of Rabbeinu's life, when he taught the bulk of his Torah comprising of Likutei Moharan and other Seforim, and passed away in 5571 on the 4th day of Sukkos which represents Moshe Rabbeinu of the Ushpizin. And it is the letter Noon=50 which begins & ends the names of Rabbeinu Nachman & the Moharanat. Thus, it is no wonder why there is so much emphasis in Breslov Chasidus of living in Eretz Yisroel compared with some other groups who do not emphasize living in Eretz Yisroel as with other Mitzvos.

So, unlike most other Parshiyos of the Torah, why is part of the names of these two Parshiyos beginning with the word Ki? You see, these are the beginning letters of the two Meraglim who had total Emuna in Hashem and believed that the "gigantic" goyim living in Eretz Yisroel could be conquered, unlike what the other 10 Meraglim believed, and as a result of their Emuna, they lived to see the day that the Jews were able to settle peacefully in the land - they were Calev & Yehoshua.

Yes, Breslov Chasidus & Nanach is ultimately all about Emuna, and the word Uman is similar to the word Emuna, because without it, nothing is doing, as the very first Mitzva of the Ten Commandments is the belief that there is Hashem who not only exists but controls everything. And belief in the Tzadikim - which is not an opposition of belief in Hashem - is learned from the Posuk - Vaya'aminu BaHashem U'vMoshe Avdo - the Jews believed in Hashem and in Moshe His servant. And when there is Emuna, there is Simcha, as the 5571th Pasuk, corresponding to the year 5571 in which Rabbeinu left this world, states - V'Somachta Vichol HaTov - "You shall rejoice in all the good that Hashem your G-d gave you and your household..."

Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman

P.S. Speaking of Tzedaka, we are presently in the 199th year of Rabbeinu's passing, as Tzedaka is the Gematria of 199. Looking forward to my first time with Rabbeinu in Uman for Rosh Hashana in this 199th year.

If only they would say Nanach they would do away with so much suffering

People come from very far to hear Nanach at the Western Wall

Nanach from the Western Wall

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Donation Needed

As is well known to all the visitors on our site we have an entire section of nanach.net giving out free nanach music. Since we have recently been using up our bandwidth, we need to upgrade our music section.

We are looking for a donor who is willing to sponsor the NaNach.Net music site for one year at the price of $80

Anyone interested in helping should make a donation on our donation page

Donation

Jonas Goncalves (R) has donated $2 for the spread of nanach.

Others should follow this example as well.

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Lipa Nanach at Shimshy Nanachs bar mitzvah

pray for all of Am Yisroel

Saba said that every person must say verbally "may the merit of Rebbe Nachman be a protection for me and all of Am Yisroel, the merit of Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman". This is very important especially since Rabbeinu said that one who does not pray for ALL of am yisroel is a sinner. May the merit of Rabbeinu protect all of us, including the oppossers and rishaim.

Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman

Value of Saying the Names of the Tzadikim

Check out the medrash I posted on the Hebrew Na-nach.net - people were saved just by saying Abraham!

New Story from our Just Nanach in Montreal

This morning i have witness again the power of the petek. I work in construction and after pouring a slab of concrete and change myself as usual and drove my truck to the next working site. Once on the highway i notice my cell was not on me, so after some few second ,i remembered i left it on the top of my truck!

So i had to turn back and to see if i could found it where i left. So on my way back  my first reaction was to say 4, 5 times "Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman! and ask Hashem for help."

 Once there , the cell was nowhere on the ground , so i saw an old man on the corner of the street with a cell , so i went to him and say" Have you found a cellphone ?" he said "yes and i'm waiting for the person to call" i took and phone in his hand  and on his back i saw my NNNNM sticker!!!

Miracle sometime come in  simple way.:)
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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

           

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Shabbat Shalom

Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman just say it!
if you would just say NNNNM once a day your life will be turned up side down wonderful things will happen
and next thing you no you will be saying 2 times a day then 3times 4time...and
soon so many times you wont be able to keep count!!
Be Happy Be Nanach
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman!!

Friday, August 28, 2009

Re: Smoking Na Nach

Letter to Heaven and Letters to Heaven

It's very important to say Nanach especially at the Western Wall

Holy of Holies needs a lot of Nanach

As thousands of donkeys flock on to the most sacred place, we are responsible, we must fill the world especially the holy place with Nanach.

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

             

French Nanach Beis Medrash in Meah Shiurim


Behind the Breslov Book Store and the Shul on Meah Shiurim - where Meshech Hanachal used to be, now houses a study hall for the French Breslovers. The French usually believe in Nanach. Today I stopped by and I was told that it is true that Nanach study and pray there, but it will closed till after the New Years.
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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

               

Our New Name

ב וְרָאוּ גוֹיִם צִדְקֵךְ, וְכָל-מְלָכִים כְּבוֹדֵךְ; וְקֹרָא לָךְ שֵׁם חָדָשׁ, אֲשֶׁר פִּי ה' יִקֳּבֶנּוּ

ישעיהו פרק סב

The New Name Is NaNach

oi!

moshiach oi! at a recent show in nyc. moshiach oi! will be selling nanach books and stickers and their shows. we encourage all na nach's in the new york area to come to the shows to do hafatza. the next show will be on sep. 10 at Fontana's in NYC. (details on our web site myspace.com/moshiachoi613).

Thursday, August 27, 2009

SInai Camp in Israel made special tee shirts with נ נח נחמ נחמן מאומן!!!

Just saw a boy and girl wearing tee shirts with Nanach printed on them - with Nekudos, they told me that their camp made them. B"H Nanach has started to conquer Sinai!

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Yoel Nachum Lam is getting married B"H Sunday night

Many of you have enjoyed some of my songs which were produced by Yoel Nachum Lam (Vayaitzay Yitzchok - Hisbodidus, Bichul Diruchecha, Chasidus Breslov, Rabbi Nachman - his own song and others - you can find them on the Nanach Music Site, in my folder - Simcha Nachman, in the folder Likutay Nanach 1), B"H this Sunday night he's getting married, pray for him that he makes it to Uman for the New Years.

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Nanach

NNNNM

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

3 is a chazaka!!!

Moshe was a team with Josef- f.ex. one brought us in, one brought us out..a.s.o.
They came to destroy the first of the three lusts (husks) that kill the life force-
the lust of sex. So before we received the Tora we had to abstain 3 days.

The second team was Mordecai and Ester- At the feast, you got to admit, we all ate like pigs. So Esther rightly decided ON HER OWN that we should not eat for three days!

The third team---well now you guessed? Rabbi Nachman and Rabbi Na Nach, of course they came to solve the lust for money the third of the three husks (lusts).

Friends, we earning Shekels or buying Shekels may be SAVED, because the 3 Israeli Bills have the 3 co-authors of Ebay Ha Nachal on them! SO we are connecting to Josef, and Mordecai, and Rabbi Nachman. Therefore the miracle is on it's way...but if we want to be sure mabe we should stop using ANY money for three days! How can that be done?>

Mazaltov!

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Likutei Moharan Learning Beginning with Yud

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 Yud that corresponds to this month of Elul.

YUD

YESH - There are people who say that when a righteous person is on a high spiritual level, that due to his greatness, he is not able to supervise and look at everyone, for he is spiritual distant from this physical world. The truth is that this is not so; on the contrary, when a righteous person is very great spiritually, if anything, he is able to supervise and look at everyone even more so than others. As we find with Rabban Yochanan Ben Zakkai who certainly was on a very high spiritual level, in fact, so much more so than the righteous people of these days. Nevertheless, he commented on an issue: "Woe to me if I say it, woe to me if I do not say it" (Mishna Keilim 17:16). We see from here that this Rabbi was so well versed with the ways of this world, that he was afraid of saying words of Torah that might prove detrimental in terms of tricky people who could learn from the Torah how to do the wrong thing. This is a clear proof of how well versed Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakkai was with how this world operates to the extent that he was afraid that someone might learn how to do the wrong thing from him.

So we see that the truth is that if anything, the greater the person is being righteous, he is able to view everything with so much more clarity, for we see that Hashem Yisborach is so spiritually high above this world; but nevertheless, Hashem is able to supervise with Divine Providence over everything.

(To understand the following paragraph, when Hashem created the world, He created Yesh M'Ayin - substance out of nothingness, as there was nothing else besides Hashem before creating the world. Subsequently, when we say that a person creates something, he is creating Yesh M'Yesh - substance from another already existing substance. While even righteous people are also people, and in fact, nothing even compares even closely to Hashem; they emulate Hashem spiritually closer than anyone or anything else. Thus, as they become more righteous and spiritual, they become more of the spiritual concept of nothingness, the way it was from which Hashem created the world. An example of this is how the righteous view themselves as nothing - compared to Hashem, and in their great humility, truly feel that they are no better than anyone else at best and that whatever spiritual level they are on is only because it is Hashem's will that this is so, and if anything, they feel that they have a greater responsibility of doing the right thing than others, and that if they do go off track spiritually, then it would be worse for them than others who aren't in their high spiritual level)

So we see that the truth is that one who is Yesh - of substance - is not able to be everywhere at any one time. For the way that one is of substance is that when he is here then he cannot be there. In spiritual terms, one is involved with a particular service of Hashem is not able to look at the world. But one who is Ayin - of nothingness - there is no place where this being is not able to be, for he in fact has not place at all. Therefore, the more that a righteous person is included in the concept of nothingness, he is able to have a better view of the world, for it doesn't make sense to say about such a person that he is very far removed from the world, for in fact he has no place at all. As brought down in our words (LM 1:162) in the name of the Magid about one who wants to be a Torah scholar should pray facing south, etc. check the source there (LM 2:58)

Wedding Tonight

Tonight one of Zusia's children is getting married at Gutnick, the Chussun invited me. He's 18 years old, B”H. He is one of a group of bochurim that are affiliated with the Breslov Shul in Mea Shiurim. They are not from the Petzuim, they are more serious and into learning etc., but they are very connected to the Petzuim and more and most important they have a strong connection to Nanach. They hold very much of Saba and the Petek.

New Location of the Nanach (keren) Store in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem

Yesterday we moved the Nanach store (Keren) in the Jewish Quarter to the new location – on Rechov Chabad on the corner adjacent to the main stairs that go to the square.

Nanach Tee Shirt and caps etc.

B”H this week I acquired a Nanach – Coca Cola tee shirt (unfortunately it is short sleeve), I'm selling it for cost – 30 shekel. Also available are Nanach baseball caps for 20 shekel. Posters and more.
Last night we celebrated Dovev's wedding in Givat Olga on the beach. There were, I would estimate, at least 60 Nanach in full color, and there were all types of Nanach mobiles in the parking lot (yesterday I was with two other Nanach vehicles that didn't make it to the wedding, at least one of them was planning on going to the Nanach the soccer stadium). Just to be together with so many Nanach was GIVALD! B”H this Nanach took a little swim in the middle of the wedding. AC who lives in Orah (a suburb of Yerushalayim) drove me from the wedding towards Yerushalayim but he was very tired so he pulled over and cut open some boxes spread them out and went to sleep on the side of the road, I got a ride with someone who stopped for me within a few minutes. The cops stopped him and gave him a ticket (he didn't have a license on him and his car wasn't insured and there might have been other things as well). He took me to Mamella and I arrived safely B”H at the mikve in the Jewish Quarter at 3.30 am. At the wedding Dovev told me that he plans on living in that area.

A year and a half ago in Uman for Shavuos, SR (on the guitar), Dovev (on the flute and giving harmony), and myself (drumming on the back of a guitar and lead singer) spontaneously pumped out what might be my only hard core reggae song, B”H I was recording, and you can enjoy this amazing song.

http://dc119.4shared.com/download/55159614/2f6d3903/ReggiaChidushKumoniAdayin.mp3

Rabbainu at Work

Just now at the Kosel two guys came and one stopped to hear about Nanach, so I was explaining to him that if he would call his friend "Johnny" his friend would come over, so too when you say Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman, Rabbainu comes over. But how did I know that the guys friend's name was Johnny? I didn't.

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

     

Warning

Don't be afraid, that's the main thing, but we are hanging by a thread!

If Haman hadn't called us "AM MORDECAI" then probably Mordecai would have been used to start "humanity" from scratch. We are really waiting for the song of the redemption, because his wine probably wasn't cooked and wasn't having the desired effect. Haman's descendents aren't going to make the same mistake twice the one they want is Mordecai and any Jew can become Mordecai as G-d has already proven, which is why they need to get us all!

Keep on giving Tzedakka, and saying Na Nach Nachman Nachman everyday this month of Eloul since it IS the sound of the shofar. The year is 770 we want Moshiah NOW!

Sunday, August 23, 2009

What's with Nanach....

Excuse Me, But The Whole Day Nanach?!?!

Mordichay the Western Wall-Man is looking for a sponsor to pay for his trip to Uman for Rosh Hashona



Find the Tzadik

 

The Daf Yomi just completed Tractate Bava Metziah of the Babylonian Talmud. This tractate deals with finding lost articles. Rabbi Nachman teaches that everyone in the world is missing many many things and in order to find them and regain possession one must come to the Tzadik. Of course one must also find the Tzadik, and the spirit of the Tzadik.

Someone showed me that the tractate ends with the words אפריון נמטיה לרבי שמעון (בגמרא כתוב נמטייה – עם שני יודין, אבל ברי"ף כתוב נמטיה כמו שכתבנו!) which Rashi translates as give Chain (credit, grace, gratitude) to Rabbi Shimon. In the time of the Talmud the Tzadik who was the aspect of Moshe Rabbainu was Rabbi Shimon, today until the coming of the Mushiach the Tzadik is Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman. The words אפריון נמטיה ל have the numerical value of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman! For even Rabbi Shimon drinks from the fountains of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!



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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

             

uman

who wants to send me to uman for rosh hashana?? anyone??

go-el is Go El Dam

Who is going to dam the flood of heresy and witchcraft in the name of Gold? Who is going to give parents back to their children? So the children are not abandonned spiritually in the name of GOLD? Time is Money!

Who is going to turn at least half the world into "the nation of Mordecai" instead of a nation in which each and every member sits at Achashveroshes table paying no heed to the Kashrus of the wine and acting like overgrown calves? Mordecai is out there giving his Yayin Hungari as best he can- who is going to help him reach out to everyone with medicin that can turn a calf back to into a human being or a wooden Pinochio into a little talmid of rabbenu who is "shomer ha brit" and doesn't lie, or lie.

Na Nach is the only thing out there that makes any sense. Everyone who denies it is like what he believes, nonsense- and his only salvation is the Tzeddakka that G-d granted he give with the right attitude to truly needy people.

The story of Purim is before us, once again, let's unite the world again and this time everything is revealed in advance by the book Ebay Ha Nachal. Don't accept any authority but the Petek itself and Saba Israel. After matan torah it becomes criminal to deny Moses and his book.

The Go El will go after all those that prevented the holy wine from reaching the lips of "am Morecai". They should have nightmares and Pgam ha Brit everyday they don't repent! and may the Levites deliver them for destruction repentant or unrepentant.

If your main concern is not the next generation, then what is it exactly, we all get the same amount of space down under. You don't even have to be a Jew to understand this. Pharo, Haman and Adolf, were NOT concerned with the children of others, Mordecai, Moses, Salomon and David were.

Na Nach Nachma Nachman to you all!

say na nach

i was just talking to my friend about why it is so hard for people to just say na nach nachma nachman meuman. like saba said, its is really very easy to say. yet most people i talk to just cant say it.
i realized the answer: buy the na nach beanie. now.

Wedding last Friday

B"H last Friday we celebrated the wedding of Shmuel Stern in Yishuv Chofetz Chaim. Shmuel Stern was with the Nanach van at the Orb festival in upstate N.Y. and he also danced with us at the Israel Day Parade, so it was no wonder that he was zoche to play some Nanach songs at his wedding and yours truly was invited to shriek two of his own Nanach songs (Ich Bin A Nanach and Yishiva Boy).
 
Mazal Tov!

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Nanach billboard

Nanach goes to Hong Kong

Nanach

all aboard the Nanach train =]

Nanach throw away your tv comic

Moshiach oi!

thanks alot for putting the music up
keep up the great work
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman =]

Friday, August 21, 2009

Admorim in Breslov???

Rebbe Yitzchock Briter who was the leader of Breslov in Poland and was mekarev thousands of people to Rabbanue, used to sit somewhere in back of the Bais Medrash. He would run so far away from kavod that people would call him by his first name Yitzchock Briter with out adding the word Reb or any other title.

Rebbe Nachman of Tulchin who was the official successor of Rebbe Nason would act very humble and simple and was known as the Gabbi, Shamash, chazan of the Shul.

Rebbe Shimshon Barskey was also known for his great humbleness.

Shmuel Horowitz and all Anash in Yerushalim ran away from honor with all their might.

Every leader in Breslov until recently seemed to understand that there was one Rebbe - Rebbe Na Nach Nachma Nachman Muman and that everyone else were students. They all understood that thier main job was to bring people close to the the Tzadik and not shove themselves into the picture.

What Happened Now???

What Changed???

The Turkey Prince Rises From Under The Table

Rabbi Nahman said: once a king's son went crazy [in his madness he thought] that he was a bird that is called Hindik, that is a turkey. And [therefore the king's son thought that he] should settle naked under the table and drag (peck) pieces of bread and bones like a Hindik. All the doctors despaired of helping him and healing him. The King was very pained, until a wise man came and said: I accept upon myself to heal him.

[What did the wise man do?] He also stripped naked and sat under the table with the king's son, and also dragged (pecked) crumbs and bones.

The king's son asked him: Who are you and what are you doing here?

He replied: And what are you doing here?

He (the king's son) said : I am a Hindik.

He (the wise man) said: I am also a Hindik.

So they both sat together like that for some time, until they got accustomed to each other.

Then the wise man motioned and they threw them shirts, and the wise man the Hindik said to the king's son: You think that a Hinkik can't go with a shirt? It is possible to wear a shirt and still be a Hindik. And they both put on shirts.

And a little while later (the wise man) motioned and they threw them pants, and he (the wise man) told him (the king's son): You think that with pants it isn't possible to be a Hindik? So they put on the pants, and so with all the other clothing.

Afterwords (the wise man) motioned and they threw them regular food from the table, and he (the wise man) said to him (the king's son): You think that by eating good food one stops being a Hindik? It is possible to eat and also be a Hindik. So they ate.

Afterwords he (the wise man) said to him (the king's son): You think that a Hindik has to be specifically under the table? It is possible to be a Hindik and be (sit) next to the table.

And so (the wise man) dealt with him (the king's son) until he healed him completely.

The Shabbos of Rebbe Nachman

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Wedding on Friday

There is a Nekuda Tova guy, I think his name is Shmuel Stern, he's getting married B"H on Friday morning in the Yishuv Chufetz Chaim, there have been requests for the Nanach to grace the wedding.

NNNNM!

Dovev is getting Married B"H in Chadaira on Monday

Tikun Haklali for Gilad Shalit today at 11 am

Erev Rosh Chodesh Elul

B"H we were at the Mi-oras Hamachpaila, and sold a bunch of big Nanach posters. After Adam Shoham hosted a seudas Rosh Chodesh in his house in Maale Chaver.

Erev Rosh Chodesh Elul

Correspondent Elie Seckbach, “The Most Entertaining NBA Reporter” (CNN), was at the Western Wall and he made a video about Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman. It will B”H be available on his youtube channel: esnews.


-after word- for some reason I don't think he ever put out the video, but he did make a video of the Nanach martial art master Abir Yehoshua Sofer.

Erev Rosh Chodesh Elul

Avrohom Fried was at the Kosel and I had a few words with him explaining to him that it would be a very good idea for him to sing Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman. After I presented him with my Likutay Nanach 1.

Nanach graffiti

Nanach =]


Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Mass Conversion

Today I found an old print of the Tikkun Haklali that seemed to be printed sometime after WWII.

It had the sipor hiskarvos of Rebbe Yitzchok Briter and an entire memorial section for the Breslever Chasidim of Poland that were killed by the German Nazis Yemach Shemam Vzichrom.

On the list it mentioned that there were around fifty students from Rebbe Elchonan Wassermans Yeshiva in Bronovitch that became Breslov.

this worlds nothin NNNNM

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Kever of Rebbe Moshe Breslover

Today I was talking to Yoni and he told me that he met a Breslov guy from Kiryat Sefer who told him that around a month ago the kever of Rebbe Moshe Breslover was rediscovered in Teveria. The guy also said that there was some write up about this in the newspapers.

If anyone has more information about this or knows whether this claim is even possible, please post it on NaNach.Net.

If this is true it is extremely vital that we get the location of the Kever out to each and every Nanach.

jewish punk rock in the new york area


all na nach's who are in the new york area, I will be doing shows with my torah-hardcore-punk band Moshiach Oi! We will be selling na nach propaganda at our shows and are trying to get a na nach presence there. We're playing this thursday night, a FREE show at the Millinery Shul in midtown manhattan (1025 6th ave., corner of 38th). come support. NA NACH!!!!

The enormous awesome power of saying Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Check out the Hebrew na-nach.net to see how saying Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman is like giving charity, and the awesome power of saying Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman that it recreates the world completely for the good and brings Mushiach.

Nanach to and from Uman

B"H M. Hazamir is back from Uman.
B"H Gili will be going to Uman tomorrow till after the Hilula (18 Tishray).

NNNNM!

Monday, August 17, 2009

Gilad Shalit



This Thursday
(30 of Av / August 20) at 11:00 am there will be a mass recital of the Tikun Haklali for the kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit. There is no need to be here for that, anyone all over the world can partake in this recital of the Tikkun Haklali.

These are the chapters of Tehilim / Psalmes that make up the Tikkun Haklali
16 - 32 - 41 -42 - 59 - 77 - 90 - 105 - 137 - 150

Nanach by the Western Wall

A few hours ago a Nanach was explaining to a Yeshiva boy a concept found in the biography of R' Shmuel Horowitz - Yemay Shmuel. That often one's physical suffering and the oppression from other people is instead of persecution from the evil inclination. The Nanach continued to say that he would much rather, say for example, be kicked out of the Kosel than have to endure the trials and tribulations of the evil inclination. Shortly afterwards, there was a great gathering of young boys and other visitors of the Kosel, all took part in singing different Nanach songs, and then a police man came and evicted the Nanach from the Divine Presence by the Western Wall.
 
Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Everyone Who is Not Nanach is Crazy


Lazer Nanach

BEWARE OF SHAATNEZ IN UMAN!!!

You can check this out on http://www.vidyid.com/. There is a problem in Uman about the bedding - pillows, covers, etc. that are made by the poor gentiles who rent out their rooms, making them from material containing Sha'atnez. Also, there are people who buy clothing in the Uman area to keep warm from the cold weather, without considering if the clothing they buy contains Sha'atnez. For those who come to Uman hoping for Yeshuos, hoping for their Tefillos to be answered, should know that Sha'atnez can be a reason for prayers not being answered in Shomayim; and thus, it defeats the whole purpose of going to a Kever of a Tzadik if Yotzo Shechoroh B'Hefsaido. Let's start the New Year - Shnas Ayin (Year '70) - as the first two letters of Sha'atnez stand for, on the right foot; and then we can hope for what the last three letters of Sha'atnez stand for Tov (Goodness), Nissim (Miracles)/Nissuin (Marriage) and Zera (Children - Heilige Yiddishe Kinderlach).

American nanach van in Tiverea!

Saturday, August 15, 2009

hafatza at the klezmer!

hafatza in the kikar!!

nachmanim benei nachmanim hatzilu hatzlu!!!!

WO' TO THE CAPTAIN THAT HAS LOST THEIR SHIP

Americah mafetziim in erezt hakodesh need a new na nach van
all those who help will be blessed with all the blessings

donations can be received through the nanach.net donation site

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

H"Y tell Moshe: And Now Nanach the nation!

Many are familiar with the verse in Shemos 32:32 where Moshe tells H"Y that if H"Y doesn't forgive Israel H"Y should erase Moshe's name from the Tora, the acronym of these words spell MayUman and read from left to right they spell: I am Nachman.
 
Now take a look in verse 34 in H"Y's response to Moshe, "and now GO nichay the nation" the word GO has the numerical value of NUN and it is followed by the word nichay, that is Nach, so basicly H"Y was telling Moshe to Nanach the nation!

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

My first Nanach song in French

Yesterday there were a bunch of French Kids at the Kotel so in their honor and with their help, and of course help from above, I composed this song:



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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Say Nanach before you shoot


Tuesday night walking through Shaar Shechem (Damascus Gate) I told the soldiers there, Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman, one of the soldiers showed me that he had a Nanach sticker on his machine gun, he told me that he says Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman before he shoots, I told him that I wasn't so sure that's a good idea... and we had a good laugh.


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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

             

They will come to hear Nanach!


Two days ago R' Asher Arailey (a very famous popular teacher in the Mir Yeshiva) was at the Kosel so I was telling him about the importance of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman, he listened very politely but as I kept going on the people with him began to get very perturbed.... B"H they had the merit to hear about Rabbainu!



Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

         

Help get Nanach to the soldiers

 

On the night of Tisha Bi-Av I had the good fortune of meeting with Shalev. Shalev was with the Saba and later, after the Saba's passing, got very into Shlomo Carlbach (who was his original inspiration). Shalev, H"Y should bless him and protect him, is a GIVALD, he spends all his time speaking and entertaining Israeli soldiers, telling them holy stories and singing for them with his guitar. (needless to say certain "chasidim" are trying to use him for their shlichus, but Shalev, although he takes a lot of nikudos tovos (good points) from them, is more comfortable with Shlomo Carlbachs way which kept him very apart from that sect, and is faithful to Saba, Rabbainu, and H"Y). It would really be great if we could provide Shalev with hafatza material – stuff that he could give to the hundreds of soldiers that he spends his time with.



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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

                    

Needed: Computers

 

B"H this Nanach is in Jerusalem right near the Western Wall. Previously I had two out dated computers which I had continuously burning Nanach CD's which I distributed at the Kosel. Each disk took about 10 minutes to burn (the computers weren't even Pentiums, if I recall correctly), and I called it baking Matzos.... My computers are no longer, but I still have the screens, so all I need are the actual computers with working CD burners (even the CD on my laptop doesn't work). If anyone can come up with this please do so a.s.a.p.. Nothing fancy or even up to date is needed, just something that can burn CD's.



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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

             

Nanach gives birth

 

One of the American Nanach has a sister who is a Dula midwife. Recently she was helping a woman give birth, the doctors wanted to cut her open, in general the doctors are very inclined to favor slicing open the women rather than natural birth and in this case there were various concerns that made their case more convincing, but they had to respect the presiding midwife. For 22 hours the midwife said Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman until, to the disbelief of the doctors, the lady gave birth to two healthy children, a girl and a boy. Mazal Tov! Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!



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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

                 

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Nanach

Nanach

Monday, August 10, 2009

Joy and Happiness for the Nanach


In the second volume of Likutay Moharan, Tora 48, Rabbainu says that when a person begins to serve H"Y it is a big sin for him to sad, because sadness is the other side. From these words we can learn that those that aren't Nanach are permitted to be sad or at least it isn't so terrible.
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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

                 

A Sample of Available English Videos Learning Rabbainu

Just Jews Tora and Israel (from the words of Saba) Just Nanach!

Sing Nanach

The Importance of signing Nanach with your hands

Check out the deebur (words) of Rabbainu about this - on my latest post on our Hebrew na-nach.net.

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

Rabbainu is in Uman

There is a rumer that in the 70's ten Breslevors including Zev Cheshen (and a "hidden tzadik" who lives around Tel Aviv and isn't into speaking) brought Rabbainu from Uman and buried him by Chana and her 7 sons. This seems to me erroneous because the Saba was working on bringing Rabbainu to E"Y just 15 years ago.

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

                    

Rabbeinu, take us above space!

...And the aspect of the little holding the much that I have (i.e. the one who had hunchbackness) is the absolute end of space, above which there is no space at all. Therefore I can carry all of you to the tree, which is above space completely. (Because this hunchback is like a midpoint between space and above space completely, for he has the uttermost extent of the little holding the much, which is the aspect of actual end of space, above which the world “space” does not apply at all, for above there is above space completely, and therefore he can carry them from inside space to above space. Understand this.)

nanach kameah



na nach nachma nachman meuman

Sunday, August 9, 2009

song from the heart

Song from Pinchas Kahati

This Shabos I went to a neighbors Bar Mitzva, the boys grandfather taught us a song composed by Pinchas Kahati, don't think I'm singing it 100%, but this is it more or less:

http://www.4shared.com/file/123853636/40968104/Eitz_Chaim_He.html

Nanach sticker by the Holy Of Holies!




B"H a two years ago a Nanach sticker was stuck in the tunnels of the Kosel - opposite the Holy of Holies, the Nanach sticker is still prominently there!

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Nanach

Friday, August 7, 2009

desafinado nanach

http://nanaj.net/desafinadonanaj.mp3

moses cardenas, piano,
uzi smilovich, flute

nanaj
shabbat shalom
uzinanaj

Nachman Shabsi Z"L

New Amazing Central Location For the Keren Nanach Hafatza Store in the Old City of Jerusalem!

Our friend MK has helped the Keren obtain an amazing new location for their store in the Old City of Jerusalem. Previously they  were paying a high price for a little hole in the wall on a small side street. Now B"H for the same price they will have a normal sized store, on the corner of a main location, with two large windows....

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

The Ink on the Petek

This week I spoke to a soldier from Petach Tikva, he told me in the name of one of his friends that a certain professor examined the Petek and said that the paper is similar to that found in Russia hundreds of years ago, but the ink... never has he seen any ink like that of the Petek!

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

           

Shlomo and Saba

Were they smoking nanach?

according to somebody: the "LABADAB DAB DAB life"
for Hungarians pronunciation so as if would say it (in Hungarian) I received a letter life!

Moshe NaNach on Israeli Idol

Thursday, August 6, 2009



Hashem Yisborach answers us with Nanach!

Every day I am praying constantly to H”Y to send me a lot of Nanach, that is in all of the three prayers in the Shemona Esray and in additional independent prayers through out the day. Last night a Nanach from Beit Shemesh saw me at the Western Wall and provided me with a huge stack of Peteks and 20 huge posters of the Saba, all for a very nominal fee. B”H a great amount of the Peteks have already been distributed and a few of the posters sold (there was also a miracle, as one poster was sold and immediately afterwards a non-desirable walked by and didn't see the poster B”H).

Tomorrow is the last day to buy $230 round trip to Kiev for Shabos Chanuka!

Rabbi Nachman meets with Napoleon

The following story was printed in “living jewish” on the 1st of Shevat 5767 – Jan. 19th and 20th 2007, 098, it was reprinted from LechaimWeekly there are some definite mistakes and the whole story is very questionable, but it is of great interest to see what is told about Our Master Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman.

Rebbe Nachman of Breslov And Napoleon

Napoleon personally commanded his mighty army in order to realize his dream of capturing India and other lands in the Far East. He captured Egypt and from there marched into the Land of Israel.
About the same time, in the year 1798, a great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov, Rabbi Nachman, arrived in Israel. (here I omit one sentence which says a wrong and demeaning reason why Rabbi Nachman went to Israel (today in Shivchay Huran we learned that Rabbi Nachman specifically did not want to go to Tsfas at all)).
Once, after concluding his prayers with great concentration and devotion, he lay down on the grass to rest and fell asleep.
Suddenly, in his dream, he beheld an old man who told him to go to Tiberias where he had an important mission to carry out on th the banks of Lake Kinneret.
Reb Nachman wasted not a moment. He gathered his things and hurried off toward Tiberias. There, he rented a room in the house of a fisherman. Napoleon, in the meantime, had made his headquarters on the east bank of Lake Kinneret. He was receiving reports that there was much unrest in France, and that his opponents were seeking an opportunity to dethrone him. In this unsettling atmosphere, it was not easy for Napoleon to maintain the strict military discipline upon which the success of his armies depended.
One day, a thieving band of soldiers set out on a rampage, raiding the homes of the poor fishermen near Lake Kinneret. Three soldiers dashed into the home where Reb Nachman lived and demanded from the old Jewish fisherman all his money.
“I am too old to go fishing anymore and my only son supports me,” explained the elderly man. “I have no money.” The disappointed soldiers began beating the old Jew mercilessly. Reb Nachman heard the commotion from his attic room and hurried to the rescue.
“Leave the old man alone!” Reb Nachman called out in a commanding tone.
The soldiers let go of their victim. But seeing the intruder was a thin, pale, young Jew, they turned their attention on him.
“So, you would like to have a taste of this beating?” one of the soldiers called out contemptuously. He took off his belt and approached Reb Nachman.
Rabbi Nachman shot a piercing glance at the soldier who remained standing with his arm paralyzed in the air. The two other soldiers tried to help their friend, but thy, too, were quickly made helpless by the sharp look of Reb Nachman.
Reb Nachman ordered them to put the old man on his bed and ask his forgiveness. “Now, get out of here at once and don't let your foot enter any Jewish home if you value your lives,” he warned the soldiers.
Terrified and in deadly silence, the soldiers ran out. Arriving at their barracks, they told their friends about the terrible experience with the holy young Jew who had magical powers.
The story spread throughout the entire French Army camp until it reached Napoleon. Napoleon had the soldiers brought to him. He questioned them and then decided to meet this unusual Rabbi, who might be able to foretell what the future had in store for him.
“That is the man,” Reb Nachman heard a familiar-looking soldier say..
As Napoleon approached Reb Nachman, the rabbi rose and greeted him with great respect, saying, “Good evening, your Majesty. Blessed are you in your coming.”
Amazed, Napoleon asked, “How do you know who I am?”
“Our Torah enlightens the eyes of those who follow its teachings.” Rab Naachman replied.
As they talked, Napoleon realized that he was conversing with a distinguished spiritual personality, who also had a deep understanding of worldly problems and events. “Do you think I should continue my military expedition through the countries of the Middle East to reach India, or should we return to France?” he asked Reb Nachman.
Reb Nachmann pondered the matter for a while then said, “The Creator has blessed you with exceptional qualities which you should use for the benefit of mankind. The way to achieve this is not through wars and bloodshed. Do not allow your military victories to mislead you. They will not bring peace to the world, and without peace you have nothing. Return home and help to create your own country an exemplary order of justice and righteousness.”
Napoleon shook his head and said, “Such a mission is not for me. I would rather live a short life full of triumph and power than a long life without them.”
“Everyone has freedom of choice in the way he wishes to live, “ said Rabbi Nachman respectfully.
Napoleon invited Reb Nachman to accompany his as his adviser, despite the fact that he hadn't followed Reb Nachman's advice. But Reb Nachman demurred the honor, saying, “My only wish is to serve the Almighty with all my heart and with all my soul.”

na nach pidyon haben

the after party at the pidyon haben of Uri Eliav Kreisel

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

The words to the song are from the first verses of Psalm 75

Buy The Nanach Beanie!

Yisroel Blumenthal in NY

i feel like a fish out of the water. i'm based in Poughkeepsie for the moment. have a ticket back to Uman in about a month from now.  i got a ride to the ANASH wedding in Montriel next week. probably be in Memphis the week after that for a few days. G-d help us all to sanctify his name above and below with all of our journeys and our interactions with people. thats all for now. holla' if ya' hear me.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

I Was A Na Nach!

Nanach wedding

Last night there was GIVALD Nanach wedding in Talpiot B"H. (Grosskaut).
 
Great band! Great Nanach chevra (and visiting yeshiva bochurim)! Great everything (as is explained in Likutay Moharan)!
 
After the wedding the American Nanach van made it's way to Saba and we arrived in the Jewish Quarter at around 4 am.

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Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

               

Nanach =]

Monday, August 3, 2009

I'm Booked!

As Chazal say, "All beginnings are hard", but I just booked myself for Uman Rosh Hashana. If anyone wants to go but haven't done so yet, pending funds, NOW is the time to book, BEFORE prices go up. It so happens that I had a last two busy weeks moving from one place to another, and my computer became sick during that time, and then there was Tisha B'Av; but now that I was ready, I didn't pay that much more than the $560 that others paid. You can probably still get a ticket for as low as $599, depending on your choice. If you are booking through the internet which will give you more control of the flights you want without being ripped off by having some travel agent doing it for you, your best shot will probably be at http://www.thy.com/ (Turkish Airlines).

I would greatly appreciate it in the future if those who have already have booked early would let everyone else know on nanach.net, so it will be easier for those who want to travel to Uman for Rosh Hashana to book on the spot while the price is still cheap as it can get, and then also more of the same Chevra could be together on the same flight if flying from the same country.

Just to let whoever know, my flight in Israel is leaving on Sep 15, Tuesday at 5:30 am, and returning from Odessa on Sep 21, Monday at 6:55 pm. If anyone is coming on the same departure flight from Israel, please let me know, and we can hook up together to travel from Odessa to Uman and then find a place to stay.

DISCLAIMER: My travel to Uman, G-d willing, is NOT my declaration that it is better to go to Uman than Yerushalayim for Rosh Hashana - halevai that Rabbeinu should be buried in Eretz Yisroel A.S.A.P., as per Saba's attempt in the past which was prevented by inner politics. But since I have never been at Rabbeinu before, NOW is the time while I know that I have the chance to while I am living and before the coming of Moshiach - if not before Rosh Hashana.

The Nine Berachos of the Tzadik

While learning Tikunei Zohar today, I noticed a piece which has everything to do with Rabbeinu's Rosh Hashana, "This is my whole Metzius". The verse in Mishlei (10:6) states: "Blessings will descend upon the head of the Tzadik". The Zohar here states that the head/ROSH of the Tzadik is the middle column. There are NINE blessings from top to bottom - meaning from Keser until the Tzadik, and NINE blessings from top to bottom - meaning, from the Tzadik until the Keser I'la'ah (High Crown).

Well, we know that on both days of Rosh Hashana, we say a total of NINE blessings in the Mussaf Shemoneh Esrei. And Rabbeinu corresponds to the 4th Sefira, the MIDDLE one of the seven Sefiros, which is Netzach, the same Gematria as his name, and we see that indeed he was Niftar on the 4th day, the MIDDLE one of the seven days of Sukkos. As we know from Kaballah and Chasidus, a Tzadik can accomplish even more for others after his paasing than before. This explains why it first says as in the above that the blessings first come down from the crown to the Tzadik, and then the blessings go up from the Tzadik to the HIGH crown. Thus, the crown which is above else is now on an even higher spiritual plateau, as the Tzadik's Neshama is now even on a higher spiritual level than it was before it came down to this world. Ultimately, it is on Rosh Hashana when we "crown" Hashem, so to speak, which we fulfill during the Malchuyos blessing, the 4th of the nine blessings of the Mussaf Shemoneh Esrei.

Indeed, this coming year is the Hebrew year of Hei Tov Shin Ayin, which can also be read as HaTeisha - THE NINE! Make this year a Rabbeinu year, and start off the year right whether flying to Uman to be near Rabbeinu himself, or for those who are staying in Eretz Yisroel to daven at Saba's Kever on Erev Rosh Hashana, and then join the Kibbutz in Yerushalayim Ir Atika for Rosh Hashana.

Map to the Kever of the Saba

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Info for 1st timers for Rosh Hashana with Rabbeinu

If anyone has useful advise, please comment here. First of all, when booking a flight to Uman using the internet, what city and airport do we fly to? What transportation should we look for from the airport to Uman, and the return way? And for a first timer who needs to find a place to stay, is there anyway of doing this before flying, or once he is left out on the street, what should he look for as far as finding a place is concerned, unless everything is written in English? What is the ideal price as far as renting a room per day should be? And, is there a way of avoiding being robbed of one's possessions over the Rosh HaShana weekend, especially over Shabbos when carrying is forbidden (unless Uman has an Eruv), and Muktze items can't be moved? The things to be most concerned about are the passport, money, and Tefillin. There has been thefts before, leaving people coming with full faith in Rabbeinu being left totally stranded, so I would hope there would be a possibility of avoiding such things, especially considering the Anti-Semitism and looting around. Yishar Koach!

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Nanach in the U.S.

Yisroel Blumenthal might be in Memphis Ten.
Ebay P. in the Trisate area.
Yishay from Mushiach Oi (break off from the Blanketstatementstien rock band) is going B"H tomorrow.
Dovid Dreskin is going B"H tomorrow for 10 days.
 
The Nanach van is with Tzvi Levin (can be reached via facebook).
 
Then of course there are AYGS and some others.
Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!