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Friday, January 22, 2010

A Parable of Nanach

Chayee Moharan, Service of G-d, 603
I was told a parable in the Rebbe's name regarding how he works with his followers.
There is a bird that lays a very large number of eggs that it cannot possibly sit on until they all hatch. So G-d gave it an instinct to discreetly scatter its eggs in the nests of other birds. These birds are unaware that these eggs are not theirs, so they sit on them until they hatch. In the meanwhile, the mother bird sits on the eggs which she had retained for herself, and when they hatch, she goes out flying with them and chirping. Her children who were hatched in all those scattered nests hear the chirping and recognize the voice, and are immediately drawn to their biological mother.

The allusion is obvious to anyone who has any grasp of how the Rebbe works to attract followers.

From Yayin Hungari

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