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Monday, February 7, 2011

Uniting the brothers...

Saba said we need to be together and he will be with us. What are his exact words? How do you interpret this? Isn't the search for the Tzaddik ha Emes the most important thing in a man's life? If so, he just told us the ONLY WAY TO FIND HIM is to be united. Since there is NOTHING more important the Devil wants you to waste your time on other pursuits!

Is the proof that we are successful that we bring Rabbi Nachman to Israel? Example:
If Moses ultimatly needed no help to bring Josef out of the Nile, why did he ask for help? If Moses needed no help from Am Israel to lead them out of Egypt- why did he ask them to follow him out (unsuccessfully) before being obligated to turn to Pharo?

If we don't need to think about finding the Tzaddik, and how to unite, why did G-d give us a brain? To memorize text? My computer has absolutely no brain and it memorizes text!

4 comments:

The villager said...

The segula for your child to get a GOOD education (read know his creator and the Tzaddik) is to read pasouks 1 to 5 in Bereshit (Genisis) ending with: "And G-d called the light day and the dark he called night and it was evening and it was morning, ONE day."

I point out that Echad (one) and Achdout (brotherhood) have a similar root and pronounciation in Hebrew. Saba said Rashi is the "brother" of the Torah so what does he say?

Rashi points out:
1- The logical grammar should read the first day since all the other days are called second, third etc..
2- Because G-d was alone for the first day and the angels were not created before the second day!

Rabbi Natan writes:
1- Shows that G-d is (united)alone in his world and that all the changes (that come from evening to morning), All the changes following day One, were all created to reveal "HIS" "simple(pashout)" "unity".
2- Even lines one to five are all there as a prelude(build up) for the final statment "unity/brotherhood" describing G-d.

I make a few more observations, because I accept the numbers given to each phrase(pasouk) as being part of "reality":

1- "5" in hebrew is (hey) which is formed of the letters 10 and 4,

2- which remind us of the name like a shofar, single double triple quadruple in 10 letters.

3- It works against the evil eye (light/day vrs darkness/night) we also write G-d Hashem (the name) in Hebrew (hey)-

4- we see the two letters 4 and 10 are "unit-ed" in close brotherhood as one unit.

5- It is not for nothing that G-d said of the generation of the tower that he had to seperate them,

((11,6)and g-d said (hey noun)they are nation-ONE and language-ONE to all of them and this and this they can do and you can not forbid them anything they think of doing)

since as a unit we form ONE, of the fith letter (verse 5) which presents "His name"

Based on all these observations I understand why G-d makes use of the word HEN (hey noun) for the first time here...and G-d said Hen.
Hen= rooster? Rosh Hashana? Rabbi Nachman. G-d said: 4.10. and 50 (noun). Instead of uniting behind a brother Jeagermeister (master-hunter/ Nim-rod)we can unite around a brother Fish (Tzaddik on fiftieth gate of Keddusha- a real King)

This is why we need to unite around Rabbi Nachman who is master of fighting against evil urges instead of going along with them.

In other words choose: MORNING and LIGHT do not settle for EVENING and DARKNESS. GET up at Hatsot like the SIMPLETON (our brother and example) SABA ISRAEL ordered us to.

The villager said...

Incidentally this is a good peroush to understand AM-(e)N/the nation of the "N"/"50"/"King"/1/"fish"/Tzaddik

and here the secret of the number 51 (3x17= 3x good) which is also AMeN or the nation with it's head.

((N-achash ve rosh) the nation was still missing unfortunatly, I hope we will do better this Purim (pour him/ for him))

The villager said...

51 represents the Petek which has 51 words, three mentions of 17, ten lines and a seven letter word in the middle and is 10x7 in size. It is a level above Shavuot and possibly even above Simcha Torah (but that needs debating).

The villager said...

clarification of the second comment:

Am e N = Nation and N

"e" as prounounced sounds like et in French which means and.

"Pour" is French for "for"

It is pronounced "poor him" in anglo-yiddish which focuses on
Ha-man I guess. In skandinavian,
Ha-det means have-it or goodby but Ha Ha-man means you can have HaMan
Maybe you also have had-it with him?