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Friday, March 30, 2012

In Honor of Aron Patz OBM: A Valiant Warrior of Hafatza

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the lyrics can be found B"H on the Hebrew na-nach.net

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Lushon Hura - bad talk

It is severely forbidden to say Lushon Hura, and B”H a great deal of attention has been given to the subject. Interestingly enough usually the bad experience or knowledge that a person wants to share was something that was specifically meant for him, and often him only. E.g. a person goes somewhere and sees the place covered with garbage, everyone else that went there saw an immaculate place, two minutes before he came, H”Y had someone cover the place with garbage. And if this is not the case, it could be that the bad this person experienced or perceived was completely conjured up due to his own personal faults which he saw reflected in his surroundings, but were only subjective to his damaged site. Rabbi Nachman takes this idea to an extreme by saying that even when a matter is in fact bad, one can relate to the good in it, this will actually effect that particular matter and bend it to the good venue. So by relating it's bad projection, the person himself is the one perpetuating the bad.

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Who Are They Fighting For

With all the false leaders and media warning about the grave danger of Iran, I begin to suspect that this is not the full truth. Yesterday a friend told me quite vehemently that Iran is just anti the zionist regime, as many of us ourselves know only too well how evil they are, Iran is not against the Jews per say, there are Jews that live "freely" in Iran. But where as when we contemplate the evils of the zionists we are careful to differentiate between the ideal sought by the zionists and the Jews themselves, a gentile would not be so inclined, and when confronted with the zionists will just want to do away with them altogether. Iran isn't Muslim, it is a religion maintained since it's renewal from Koresh and Daryavash the progeny of King Achashveirosh and Esther. America, obviously has it's own interests in mind.
The Politicians, media, and most history changers have their own itinerary (most of them are freemasons) and we should always remember that and try not to be influenced by them. This is easier said than done due to their dominance over all types of public control. However in the light of Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman they are shrunken to their true size, and in fact oblivion. So we must be extra strong in promoting pure Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

The Power of Speaking To People About Nanach

Not so long ago there was a story we posted, but we didn't give it proper acknowledgement. This was when Bibi Netanyahu went to America to address Congress. There was great anxiety because previously America had treated him with disrespect, in additional to the usual anti Israel hatred. The day before Bibi's speech, he said before the whole world, on television, the words of Rabbainu, that this world is a narrow bridge and the rule and main thing is not to have any fear, Bibi continued to say that it was apparent that President Roosevelt was a student of Rabbainu, having learned this as he echoed it in his saying, “there's nothing to fear except fear itself.”


Rabbi Nachman revealed (Likutay Moharan 29) that by speaking of the praise of the tzadik one's own words will be accepted. There is in fact a complete story accompanying this teaching (Life of Rabbi Nachman 20) how a wealthy chusid of Rabbainu who was due before a severe tribunal on account of his business dealings with the Russian army, and was in considerable danger, upon hearing this teaching from Rabbainu, as it was revealed just then, he understood very well to make avail of this remedy, and on his whole trip to the judgment he recounted the greatness and praises of Rabbainu, and when he finally stood in front of the judges, all his reasoning and arguments were accepted with great respect, and he was saved from all danger and left in peace.


This is what happened with Bibi, who after sanctifying the Name of God and His Tzadik, subsequently proceeded to address the Congress, and his words were accepted with applause over 40 times, and over 30 times (or at least 29) they all got up on their feet to give him a standing ovation, a reception even remotely unparallelled in the history of the Congress.

Aron Patz OBM

On the 27th of Adar, Aron Patz OBM passed away enroute to Rabbainu (I think he was about to board the plane when his heart stopped. Aron was buried on Har Hazaisim Mount Olives. Many of Aron's best friends were unable to attend because they were already in Uman for Rosh Chodesh Nissan). Aron Patz was one of the first – if not the first – to join Saba when Saba started his crusade to save the world with the holy Petek of Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman. Aron told over many awesome stories that he saw first hand by Saba, including many that he was involved personally. Aron Patz was extremely strong in his belief and knowledge that the entire redemption, individual and collective is complete contingent on the publicizing of the teachings of the Tora's and holy ways of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, and more specifically on the Petek and the holy song, Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman. Aaron Patz understood that the holy Nanach books are basic and vital to life as water and air and therefor they should be dissemenated for free. Some people disagree and argue that people should have to pay, in order to establish respect for the books. This was not Aron, Aron, as soon as he got a hold of any sum of money he would invest it completely into hafatza, whether to sponsor a complete publication of a book, or to buy individual books, and give them out free. Aron was confined to a wheelchair, and those that would accompany him were familiar with him having moments where he was obviously suffering an intense internal disorder which would leave him breathless, but Aron would just shrug them off and keep going full steam ahead. Aron would travel to America and he brought Rabbi Nachman to many celebreties in Hollywood and elsewhere, including President Obama's wife's cousin (http://www.nanach.net/2008/12/nanach-approaches-us-presidency.html). These were true adventures full of Divine Providence and amazing turnabouts. Aron was truly inspirational, after meeting and speaking with him people would gain the courage and motivation to give themselves over much more to hafatza. Aron was full of dreams and schemes that he would build from the smallest breakthrough or success, and he would push hard for even remote goals. Upon hearing about a potential donor or mayfitz, or any situation that could have any potential benefit for hafatza, Aron wanted to be there right away. In his last year, Aron parted from the Keren, and forged ahead to do hafatza his way, no business, just pure free hafatza. He succeeded in putting out about 110,000 booklets and about 10,000-20,000 books, and he was just getting warmed up. Aron was very instrumental in our recent publication of 3,000 copies of the English - Story Tales, a book of about 600 pages which includes in it, Rabbi Nachman's Stories of Ancient Times, other stories and parables from Rabbainu, 180 pages of conversations of Saba Yisroel, and Tikun Haklali. Aron told us that when the book was published Saba came to him in a dream, Aran said that he had never seen Saba so happy since the start of the Keren. In the dream Saba told Aron, “I need protection”, Aron thought, what can that possibly mean, Saba doesn't need protection, Saba must mean that I (Aron) need protection, and alas he was not afforded the protection he needed. Also, about 2 weeks before his passing, Aron dreamed that he had a pile of books on his head and birds were pecking at them, very reminiscent of the dream of the Pharaoh's baker. When he told the dream over to one of the friends, the friend foolishly and jokingly interpreted the dream like that of the Baker's. Aron told the dream over to another friend who made the same critical mistake, and Aron was heard saying that after two friends interpreted the dream that way, apparently his time has come.


B”H in the coming days I'm sure many stories of Aron, and those that Aron told of Saba, are going to surface, and B”H I hope to post them. Personally I only hooked up with Aron two years ago in Uman before Rosh Hashana. This past Rosh Hashana we weren't able to make our own minyan, because we didn't have a Sefer Torah, but the year before we had a small prayer service, and I was the Chazan for most of the Tefilos (you can imagine that H”Y's coronation that year had some bonafide entertainment). This past Rosh Hashana someone brought Aron a bag with $6,000 and took down the number to a bank account where he he could deposit much more, he told Aron that the previous year he had given some token donation to Aron and received Aron's blessings, all of which came to fruition, so he was bringing Aron this donation in gratitude, and more important, in recognition of the importance and urgency of the hafatza Aron spearheaded. The money that reached Aron was the highest charity possible, Aron learned very well from Saba the importance and the purity of every cent that was designated for Rabbainu.


Aron Patz was 63 years old when he passed away (gimatria, numerical value of “Saba”), but he was extremely young, he usually shared his table with very active young people, and his spirit was on their cutting edge. Full of excitement, pep, and anticipation.


Aron's passing brings to mind the untimely passing of his friend Meir Yimini, who was also very close to Saba, and who also had the same approach to hafatza, giving away ten's of thousands of books of Rabbain for free. Both Aron and Meir are irreplaceable. We all most do our utmost to rise to a projected conception of who we can be in the light of those greats that went before us. After Meir Yimini's passing gates were opened and ten's of thousands of books and Peteks were published and disseminated in his memory, and it was a consolation. With the passing of Aron we are know that his spirit will be doubled, and B”H hafatza is going to reach a new paradigm altogether. This is a notion that is very palpable and electric amongst the Nanach.


Aron Patz, his memory an inspiration and blessing for all of Israel.

B”H in the coming days I'm sure many stories of Aron, and those that Aron told of Saba, are going to surface, and B”H I hope to post them. Personally I only hooked up with Aron two years ago in Uman before Rosh Hashana. This past Rosh Hashana we weren't able to make our own minyan, because we didn't have a Sefer Torah, but the year before we had a small prayer service, and I was the Chazan for most of the Tefilos (you can imagine that H”Y's coronation that year had some bonafide entertainment). This past Rosh Hashana someone brought Aron a bag with $6,000 and took down the number to a bank account where he he could deposit much more, he told Aron that the previous year he had given some token donation to Aron and received Aron's blessings, all of which came to fruition, so he was bringing Aron this donation in gratitude, and more important, in recognition of the importance and urgency of the hafatza Aron spearheaded. The money that reached Aron was the highest charity possible, Aron learned very well from Saba the importance and the purity of every cent that was designated for Rabbainu.


Aron Patz was 63 years old when he passed away (gimatria, numerical value of “Saba”), but he was extremely young, he usually shared his table with very active young people, and his spirit was on their cutting edge. Full of excitement, pep, and anticipation.


Aron's passing brings to mind the untimely passing of his friend Meir Yimini, who was also very close to Saba, and who also had the same approach to hafatza, giving away ten's of thousands of books of Rabbain for free. Both Aron and Meir are irreplaceable. We all most do our utmost to rise to a projected conception of who we can be in the light of those greats that went before us. After Meir Yimini's passing gates were opened and ten's of thousands of books and Peteks were published and disseminated in his memory, and it was a consolation. With the passing of Aron we are know that his spirit will be doubled, and B”H hafatza is going to reach a new paradigm altogether. This is a notion that is very palpable and electric amongst the Nanach.


Aron Patz, his memory an inspiration and blessing for all of Israel.

Proposal 4 Likutei Moharan Learning 4 Nanachs

Yesterday on Monday afternoon, when I was visiting the Geula section of Yerushalayim, I stopped by a place where there were older/used Seforim available each for 5 Shekel only. Lo and behold, there was a Likutei Moharan printed by the Keren with the picture of the Petek on the front cover. Bought it for 5 Shekel, only to discover afterwards that this Likutei Moharan is set up to be learnt in its entirety in 30 days.

Now realistically, few have the time or patience to learn such an amount in one day, for even if one were to merely parrot the words, it would probably take nearly an hour a day for this amount of learning to learn the whole Sefer in one month. And while there have been divisions of Likutei Moharan to be learnt over a year, and there are those who learn an Amud of this a day; looking at this Likutei Moharan that I just bought, I thought of an alternate idea - LEARNING LIKUTEI MOHARAN OVER A PERIOD OF 30 WEEKS. In short, taking each of the 30 divided portions, and dividing this further into seven parts each, this can be learned over a period of 30 weeks/210 days/7 months.

So, taking a look at the calendar, and going strictly with any given one of the 30 divided sections to be learned in a week's time beginning from Yom Rishon (starting on Motzoei Shabbos or Saturday night) through Shabbos, if we can start the official launch of Likutei Moharan for Nanachs beginning on Yom Rishon - 16 Nissan which is the Yom Rishon or 1st day of Sefiras HaOmer, counting 30 weeks, the Siyum of this 1st cycle of Likutei Moharan learning for Nanachs will conclude on this coming 18 Cheshvan, the CHAI "Yahrzeit" (18 years since the Histalkus) of Saba, the Ba'al HaPetek (HaBa'ah Aleinu L'Tova)! Additionally, utilizing the opportunity of making a Siyum on the magnum opus of Rabbeinu which will always conclude on a Shabbos Kodesh, this can be an opportune time for a Shabbaton of Nanachs/the Keren as a meeting for making a Siyum, unity of Nanachs, and discussing ways of furthering Hafatza.

And for those who can learn better in English, an English translation of the entire Likutei Moharan in one volume just recently became published and is currently available (in Israel, I believe it costs 180 Shekel, though its spiritual value is priceless). So, there has never been a better time for Nanachs to begin an official learning schedule of this most basic Sefer of Breslov Chasidus, which will also be of benefit to Nanachs having all learned the same portion on any given day to discuss words of Torah/Chasidus together, helping each other to learn this most important Sefer that Moshiach (who will be a descendant of Rabbeinu) will give a Peirush on, as Rabbeinu noted.

For more details, including the exact division of Likutei Moharan into 210 parts (which by the way is corresponding to the 210 years that B'nei Yisroel were in the Golus of Mitzrayim before Yetzias Mitzrayim, signifying that learning this Sefer will help US out in our spiritual Golus), please feel free to contact me at gematrios@yahoo.com or 052-713-8402.

B'Ezras Hashem, may the merit of learning Likutei Moharan in unity help bring closer the coming of Moshiach and Techiyas HaMeisim of our greatest Tzadikim, including Rabbeinu and Saba, whom we hope to be present at this upcoming first public Siyum of Likutei Moharan for Nanachs (which we hope will include all Jews who feel a closeness with Rabbeinu and Breslov Chasidus) with the blessings of Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman!

4th day of Nisson, 5772

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Addendum to Post of Rabbeinu's 240 Years

Having mentioned in my previous post of the connection of Rabbeinu's 240 years from his birth that fell out on this Shabbos Parshas Vayikra as per the Roshei Teivos of the phrase referring to Moshe Rabbeinu as Re'aya Meheimna - being the number 240 - Reish & Mem, I want to mention a brief quote from Rabbeinu's Likutei Moharan I:282 mentioning these concepts:

"Know that there is a shepherd in every generation that is the aspect of Moshe who is the RE'AYA MEHEIMNA. This is the shepherd who makes the Mishkon (Note: See the end of LM I:70 where he mentions the Mishkon in connection with Rosh Chodesh Nisson, Rabbeinu's birthday). Know that the little children who learn Torah in school receive the breath of their mouth that contains no sin from this Mishkon. Therefore, when the little child begins to read and enters into the Torah, he begins with "VAYIKRA EL MOSHE" (Midrash Rabba Tzav Parsha 7), which is the little Alef (that is written at the end of the word Vayikra). For "Vayikra" speaks of when the establishment of the Mishkon was completed, for then Hashem Yisborach called Moshe and began speaking to him from the Mishkon. Therefore, it is from there (the beginning of Sefer Vayikra) that the little children begin learning from, for it is from there that they receive the breath of their mouth as mentioned above, and it is from there that they begin to read and enter into the Torah."

Friday, March 23, 2012

An Ancient Message for Modern Times

A NEW Beginning - 240 Years

While Adar may have been a month of Simcha particularly in the Olam HaEmes where Rabbis/Ovdei Hashem/Kedoshim have been called up to, we hope that in the Zechus of Rabbeinu, whose Yom Huledes or B-Day is this Shabbos Rosh Chodesh Nisson, that not only we won't have any more major Nisyonos (a play on the name of the month Nisson), but that the long awaited (and deserved) Geulah will come no later than in the month of Geulah (we still have this last day of Adar, and as we know, any day is a potential day of the Geulah if we are ready).

This particular Rosh Chodesh Nisson ("NEW Moon" of Nisson) is another reason for celebrating this year - it falls out on Shabbos Kodesh, the same day of the week that Rabbeinu (Nachman Ben Simcha) was born on, noting that the last time that the occurence of R.C. Nisson falling out on Shabbos was 14 years ago. While in fact, it was on Shabbos Parshas Tazria that Rabbeinu was born on in 5532 (1772), the fact that finally, this most special date in the Jewish calendar falls out on Shabbos after a long hiatus, howbeit on Shabbos Parshas Vayikra, is still a special phenomenon. As Parshas Vayikra is THE one Parsha in the Torah which is ALL about Korbonos, being that Korbonos represents the ultimate level of Avodas Hashem in the Beis HaMikdash, as the name Korbonos itself implies getting close to Hashem through Avodah, sacrificing animals or other objects in lieu of the person himself; in Avodas Hashem in our daily lives, it is Breslov Chasidus that sets the ultimate tone of how this is done - especially exemplified with Hafatza, sacrificing of oneself completely to serving Hashem, sacrificing of one's animalistic or materialistic desires in the quest of serving Hashem and bringing others closer to serving Hashem as well.

In any case, on Shabbos Rosh Chodesh Nisson, we always read the fourth and last of the Arba Parshiyos which is Parshas HaChodesh as the Maftir, the beginning of which is the Mitzva of Kiddush HaChodesh of the Posuk focusing on Chodesh Nisson being the first of the months.
And as we know, Rabbeinu is most connected to the number four in many ways (beyond the scope of this post to mention details). Now, while Parshas HaChodesh as connected to Rosh Chodesh Nissan is the LAST of the FOUR special Parshiyos that we read in or around the last of the 12 months starting from Nisson in the Torah She'B'Kesav; in the Torah She'B'Al Peh - Rosh Chodesh Nisson is the FIRST of the FOUR Roshei HaShanah as mentioned in the very beginning of Maseches Rosh Hashanah.

And having in mind that we are now at the brink of 240 years from Rabbeinu's birth, this is exactly twice the amount of 120 years of Moshe Rabbeinu who was born and Niftar on the same date of the 7th of Adar. Moreover, both the Roshei Tavos of the two phrases that refer to Moshe - Moshe Rabbeinu & Rahya Meheimna (Faithful Shepherd) using the letters Reish (200) & Mem (40) - are the very letters of the number 240! And as our rabbis tell us - Goel HaRishshon Hu Goel HaAcharon. For while Moshiach literally may not be Moshe Rabbeinu himself (but rather as a spark of Moshe in the most literal sense), this statement from Chazal may be well hinting to the time of the Redemption via the Tzadik Yesod Olam (of which the Roshei Taivos - Tzadi, Yud, Ayin - is the Gematria of the name of the month of Nisson - 170) who is Rabbeinu representing Moshe Rabbeinu.

As especially connected this year, both the names of the Parshiyos "sections" - Vayikra & HaChodesh - have the same Gematria of 317! Now note, the number 317 is the sum of the numbers 240 & 77. And in Tehilim Chapter 77, the 6th of the 10 Pirkei Tehillim of the Tikun HaKelali of Rabbeinu, as well as the Perek Tehilim for Shabbos Parshas HaChodesh as listed in some Sifrei Tehilim, the final Posuk begins and ends with the letter Noon, like Rabbeinu's name, ending off with both the names of Moshe Rabbeinu and Aharon HaCohen (whose name in Parshas Vayikra about the Korbonos that Aharon and his descendants offered is mentioned 11 times in this Parsha, just as there are 11 lines in the Petek that Rabbeinu wrote).

As for the number 240 in terms of the Sitra Achara - Zeh LeUmas Zeh/Elef Havdalos, the name of the most evil of nations, Amalek is the Gematria of 240, the one who is the ultimate human (or rather inhumane) animal, who showed its ultimate animalistic features in both being the first nation to attack Klal Yisroel following Yetzias Mitzrayim when the rest of the world was in fear of attacking Hashem's nation, as well as involving Klal Yisroel in Pegam HaBris. Relating to us, it is Parshas Vayikra, the Parsha of Shabbos Rosh Chodesh Nisson of this year celebrating Rabbeinu's 240th birthday, that recalls using our materialism to serve Hashem rather than serving ourselves, giving up our animalistic desires in our efforts of getting closer to Hashem. And indeed, while animals themselves aren't able to serve Hashem as human beings can, they do acquire a holy status when designated as a Korban, to the extent that one who makes benefit from such an animal is guilty of the Aveira of Meila - trespass of making use of a holy object. If this is so due to the newly acquired spiritual status of an animal, than most certainly, we have the big obligation of serving Hashem constantly by transforming our animalistic desires to the desire of serving Hashem to the point that we do this out of Simcha.

And on a final note, the number 24, representing Parshas Vayikra which is the 24th Parsha of the Torah/Chumash, when multiplied by 10, representing the 10 letters of Na Nach Nachma Nachman, which is the same Gematria as the word Chumash (354) - comes out to the total of 240. Coincidence?

May we merit the immediate Geulah in the merit of Rabbeinu Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman!

Erev Rosh Chodesh Nisson 5772

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Aaron Potz Z"L #5

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Aharon Pots Z"L #3

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Baruch Dayan Haemes

This morning Ahron Pots passed away at the airport on the way to Uman. Ahron was zuche to be Mishamesh Saba for years and was one of the his original three follower. Ahron was mafitz thousands upon thousands of Sefri Rabbanue all for free.

The Livaya is today in Yerushalaim.

Monday, March 19, 2012

More Sefer Hamidos on Shmiras Habris

Lust of Niuf Only Avoided by Guarding Eyes and Thoughts
The lust for impurity can only be removed from a person by distancing the sight of his eyes and his thoughts from this subject.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 9)
 
Do Not Debate Your Yetzer Hara
Do not enter into a debate with your evil urge since lengthening these thoughts even for the purpose of defeating them will strengthen them and pull the mind towards them.
(Needs better translation)
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 10)

Wine Brings Niuf
Through wine comes a lot of pevertedness.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 11)

Important to Get Married
Someone who does not have a wife, is not a man, it is as if he spills blood and diminishes his spiritual form.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 12)

Inappropriate Shiduchim Can Cause Death
Sometimes through Shiduchim that are not appropriate one for the other, one of them dies.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 14)

Marrying Wicked Divorced Woman Causes Early Death
A person who marries a wicked divorced woman, she ends up burying him.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 15)

Niuf of Wife Destroys Home
Impurity of the wife destroys the household.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 16)

Znus Causes Wife to See Impure Dreams
When a person cheats on his wife it causes her to see impurities in her dreams called 'Marin'.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 17)

Zivug Shelo Bekedusha Causses Fires
Having relationships with wife in an unholy way causes fires.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 19)

Overcoming Tests Brings Miracles
A person who has an opportunity to commit a sin and does not do so, they perform a miracle for him.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 20)

Important to Only Marry an Appropriate Woman
A person who married a woman that is not appropriate for him, it is as if he plowed the entire planet and then seeds it with salt and when Hashem brings down his Divine Presence, he testifies on all the tribes but does not testify about him.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 21)

Desecrating the Bris is Like Desecrating All Mitzvos
A person the desecrates the Bris it is considered as if he desecrated all the Mitzvos.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 22)

The Michnasayim Atone for Adultery
The pants atone for adultery.
(Could be reefering to pants of Kohen Gadol and Tzadikim)
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 23)

Niuf Causes Tzadikim to Fall
Through impurity Tzadikim fall.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 24)

Mourning Death of Tzadikim Breaks Lust for Women
Through mourning the passing away of the righteous a person breaks himself away from the lust for women.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 25)

Zera Levatala Causes People Around You to Become Hostile
By emitting seed in vain a person creates Klipot (impure spirits) that dress themselves in other people who then act hostile, create controversy for him and cause him suffering.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 26)

Ashes Ish Leads to Murder
A person that has a relationship with a married woman in the end will come to committing an act of murder.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 27)

Abolishing Perverts Rectifies Ancestors Sins
A person that abolishes perverts, through doing this he rectifies the sins of his ancestors.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 28)

Truth and Unpaid Kindness Help Shmiras Habris
A person that wants to be Shomer Habris should always say the truth. He should also do acts of kindness for people that he does not expect will ever pay him back.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 29)

Chasing Shalom Helps Pgam Habris
For Pgam Habris a person should Always chase peace.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 30)

Machlokes Causes Pgam Habris
Through involvement in controversy a person comes to Pgam Habris.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 31)

Impure Thoughts Result from Shattered Vessels of Chesed
Impure thoughts come from the breaking of the Vessel of Chesed and according quantity of the sparks is the amount of impure thoughts.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 32)

Mishcav Zachar Leads to Imprisonment
A person that transgresses the sin of Mishkav Zachor (Homo..), though this he gets caught in imprisonment.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 33)

Relationships at Time of Hate Causes Children to Convert
A person that has relationship with his wife during a time of hate, children that are born from this, end up converting themselves to a different religion.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 35)

Niuf Leads to Subjugation Under Clowning Officers
Through impurity people become subjugated under scuffing officials and end up in debt.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 36)

Purity of Women Brings Moshiach and Increases Honor of Tzadikim
In merit of the women avoiding impurity, Moshiach will come, people will not need to rely on one on the other and the honor of the Tzadikim increases.
(Sefer Hamidos, Niuf 37)

See full page of Tzadik Yesod Olam Rebbe Nachman of Breslov on Shmiras Habris

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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Don't be like a donkey horse parrot or monkey

Charlatan Rabbis

Most of us have seen the chutzpa of some of the Rabbis today. They are in fact a lesson in point to all of us, how much more self confidence we need, holy brazenness, to do the truth that we know.

Dogs

B"H there's a great mayfitz code named "Boyya" who fearlessly goes to each and every house and apartment in Israel - he has it all mapped out - even when there's a growling dog barring the way. Only on very rare occasions does he deem the dog a real threat. Boyya showed me how you can tell that the dog is just putting on a show; when you advance the dog will retreat slightly, so then you go all the way and the dog back track completely. Of course Boyya doesn't usually look for any signs and just goes ahead. Once we were barred by a pretty nasty dog growing and jumping at us, getting to the door Boyya knocked, the door opened and the guy lunges toward the dog trying to contain it, not looking at us for even a moment. Boyya tells the guy, it's a sweet dog - nothing to worry about. The guy tells him, this dog has bitten people in the past....

Many times when we are serving H"Y, people spring up to dampen our spirits, they tell us we are disturbing, sometimes they even threaten, and sometimes they even get violent.... One must be brave and forge past the dogs, and maybe once in a while give them their bone.

This Weeks Parsha (Torah portion) - Vayikra - And He called to Moshe


This weeks Torah portion is Vayikra - H"Y called to Moshe, Rash"i says that after H"Y spoke with Moshe Rabbainu, He would leave Moshe with some time to contemplate what he has just learned, Rash"i says that if that was the case with Moshe Rabbainu who received directly from H"Y, how much more so a regular person learning from another regular person must take time after each lesson to contemplate what he had just learned. We know that everything that we see and sense are all messages and teachings from H"Y, even when God forbid we fall and see or hear or sense things that are forbidden, it is all God speaking to us, except when the source of the message stems from a holy place then with minimal time and contemplation one can digest their import and come to a basic understanding of what the Holy Merciful One God is telling him, but when the source of the message stems from an unholy place, a person needs to take a lot of time, to seclude himself/herself to properly delve into the experience and figure out what exactly the Holy Merciful One God was telling them and wants them to learn from that experience. So before falling deeper and further God forbid one should try to break away to contemplate and scream to H"Y to understand the first communication.
The main thing is Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!

Friday, March 16, 2012

nanach by the nets game

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

NE: Noam Elimelech (an aspect of North East)

Tonight is the yartzheit of the Noam Elimelech - R' Elimelech of Lizhinsk. Rabbi Nachman said that R' Elimelech was much greater than his book. This always perplexed me, because that would be kind of obvious being that the NE was written by R' Elimelech's son, but maybe that wasn't known then and Rabbi Nachman understood that through Divine Inspiration.
Just now by Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai I met an old "Sho-el Umaishiv" from my yeshiva days, he told me that he was sad to see me this way, so I told him that his sadness will be a yireeda litzorech aliyah (descent for the sake of ascent). In any event I told him that tonight was the yartzheit of the NE, so he shrugged his shoulders and made a face - what's the difference, so I told him, "the Tzetel Kuttun" (a page of direction how a person should conduct himself during the day), to this he got very excited, speaking of how the NE says how a person should constantly imagine jumping into a fire for the sake of sanctifying the name of H"Y. B"H, that's a good note that I'll end with. The main thing is Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!

More From Saba:

The pain of raising children


They, they didn't have a garment, and they didn't have shoes for their feet, and I didn't pay tuition for them, for the school, and they threw them out from the class every month, so that they shouldn't come, until they bring money, yes. No bread, and no shoe, and no garment, and also they threw them out of class, nu, nu, you can fathom this pain? Such pain? And thank God I did not bow to the falsehood, yes. Thank God I was strong, I laughed from all of them, who can fathom the hurting? The pain and the hurting and the embarrassment? Of one who has small children and they don't have bread to eat? And they don't have clothes, and they don't have school. Nu, nu, who can fathom this pain? Yes. Like that! I didn't have (questioning) thoughts on this, on Liebermantz, on Levi Yitzchok, why does he hide his eyes from seeing? He should have seen, to make an effort to collect charity for me, to give. They knew that I... that I don't have anything, even bread for children, that I am alone in the world, in the midst of everyone, without anything. Because they didn't have the merit. Yes. And also, I needed to traverse such a way, to see what would become of me. Who can fathom? Now I recount and I laugh and I'm happy, but then, who can fathom my heart? The pain and the brokenness, the broken heart that I had? I have small children, no school, and no bread, and no clothing, and no shoes, nu, nu, who can understand this? What pain this is?! Yes. I was heroic, strong, and I didn't humble myself to the falsehood. Nothing. The chldren, until today they get embarrassed. When they hear the recounting of something like this they are embarrassed, and then? They were embarrassed one from the other, what type of father was he? What type of father do we have? They don't have bread to eat, and they don't have a garment, they don't have... and that's how I went to Shaarei Chesed (a neighborhood in Jerusalem) to speak about Rabbainu, with this one and with this one... yes. And no... if I would have said that I suffered poverty, nu, “in Jerusalem there are a lot of poor people. What is the novelty? You are not an only son? What do you have?” Oy! Who? What? Who can relate? Who can fathom such things? I could have became crazy, or a thief, or such a thing.... Is it possible to fathom in the mind such a thing? There is a child, and he doesn't have clothing, and he doesn't have bread, and no school. Oy, Master of the World knows the truth, that we.... that I, as much as I tell over to you? It still isn't.... it still isn't, what was, it still doesn't reach, as what it actually was, and they remember... and they remember this until today.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

More From Saba:

The mitzva of charity to truly poor, how hard it is:


Nu, I saw a friend, Breslov hasidim from Poland, from Poland, Liebermantz, the father of Liebermantz, Rav Velvel Liebermantz, he had a factory for candles. He was rich, and he had houses, and he hid his eyes from seeing me, yes. He gave me to sleep, he gave me to eat, but money he didn't give. He was stingy with money, and I saw that someone that doesn't have the merit, so/then they don't let him fulfill the mitzva of charity. If he would have given me a few liras to bring home, that I should have bread to eat, what, what already did I search for? What did I search for? I looked for something extra? Bread for the children! Clothing for the children! Nu, if he would have given me, he had money! He would have profited (or translate: He profited – i.e. he had money). Yes. And he didn't give. He gave me? His giving was ten grush, yes. This he gave me, yes. I didn't contemplate this, I didn't begrudge him... I didn't harbor a grudge in my heart, that's how H”Y conducts the world! One who doesn't have the merit, so they let him? The money? Do not give to Yisroel Ber, just 10 grush. He should have given me, given him, expansively, charity and money. For what does he work? For what? For whom? For what?... Yes. But there is no intellect. What will be? What will be that he profits and he has money? He doesn't have control over himself, on the money, no! Yes. That's the way it is. And I, even still, I didn't look at this, I didn't look. How much is he Breslov? Breslov? He doesn't have false beliefs, at least, he doesn't believe in the admurs (hasidic masters), yes. And in this? I was with him together very close, he is like me. He is far from this, false beliefs, from admurs he doesn't believe, in false beliefs in admurs. But this is not sufficient.

Happy Purim! פורים שמח עם נ נח

for those of us that are still celebrating Purim....

Monday, March 12, 2012

More From Saba:

The charity of Moshe Klien


In Haifa, Rav Moshe Klien lived, he was into Rabbainu, and all of Haifa loved him, they loved him. He went alone (unique?) in all of Haifa, he took all the animal hairs from the milk, at the time of milking, there didn't remain hair here like everyone, he was unique in Haifa, yes. And also his milk, was unique in Haiafa, they felt the taste of the Garden of Eden in the milk of Moshe. I came to Rav Moshe Klien, and his wife did not want guests, she said to him, “Guests? Take them to the motel! I am not able, I don't have the strength, and I don't have... patience, I don't want guests!” That's what was! He went with me to the motel and gave me a bed and a room and what to eat. Afterwards I went with him, he went at midnight, after midnight, he went to the village, in order to stand (there) at the time of milking, so that it shouldn't be milk of a gentile (translator's note: a Jew is forbidden to drink milk that wasn't supervised by a Jew), milk of a goy, nu. He had some buckets with milk, he took one and I took one, and we went the two of us with the buckets, I with one bucket, and he with one bucket, and we spoke from Rabbainu, from house to house, yes. One sees that it is hard for a person to do a mitzva if he doesn't have the merit, yes. If he would have given me money that I would have for bread, so that I could send home something. He had money! He gave me, his present was a motel, and food, and a half a lira, this is what he gave me, yes, half a lira.

Can You Imagine - Nanach Appreciation

Sunday, March 11, 2012

B"H GIVALD new Nanach song - Can you imagine - Nanach Appreciation

download link: http://www.4shared.com/music/IncGCOW0/Can_You_Imagine_-_Nanach_Appre.html


lyrics:

Can you imagine what the world would be without Nanach - I can not
the isolation deprivation castigation disapprobation way beyond my imagination

So you take it for granted
the seeds that were planted
when the world was ascue
and nobody knew

People lived in dire straights
acquiescing to their fates
suffering burdens struggling
not knowing what the future would bring

Nanach was not always there
You should know better
Rabbi Nachman is not just a change in the weather
Nanach is a new world better forever

NANACH NANACH NANACH NANACH NANACH
PASSION FASHION ELATION AFFECTION CREATION

Mazal Tov to Yishai Nanach on the birth of a son!

May we merit to have true Yiddishe Nanach from him.

Mazal Tov

Mazal tov and much Na Nach nachas to Yishai Na Nach and his wife Daniella on the birth of their 2nd boy this Shabbos!

Friday, March 9, 2012

nanachs in miami

B"H GIVALD new Nanach song in preparation for Nissan

B"H From here on we prepare for the redemption in the month of Nissan:

http://www.4shared.com/music/TXluMMNx/In_Nissan_We_Will_Be_Freed_Wit.html

The lyrics can be found on the Hebrew na-nach.net.

Torah Portion

Two short unbelievable Nanach Torah's from previous years:


Kill doubt with celebration

HH. Purim is all about beating Amulaik. The holy books are saying that part of what Amulaik signifies are doubts, as the gimatria - numerical value - of Amulaik = doubt. It is interesting to note that many cities in Israel have a doubt whether to celebrate Purim on the 14th of Adar or on the 15th (as is the law for cities that had been walled), and thus confronting this doubt they celebrate Purim for two days. May we merit to ascend over all our doubts in this fashion.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Every day is Purim when you're Na Nach


YouTube Video


Rosh Chodesh Nissan by Rabbainu

Rabbi Nachman said, "My New Years is above everything" this is understood by what Rabbi Nachman said that H"Y gave him a present - New Years, so Rabbi Nachman is saying that being by him for the New Years is above everything. But just now I heard a new way of understanding this, my New Years is referring to the first of Nissan - one of the special times that the hasidim visit Rabbainu (which is the New Years for Kings, and also in Likutay Moharan Rabbainu clearly considers it as the New Years).

May we all merit to be by Rabbainu for Rosh Chodesh Nissan!


May we merit to see Rabbainu come to Jerusalem very soon.

Happy Purim

Rabbi Nachman is saying in Likutay Moharan II Torah 74, that originally all the beginning were from Pesach and now.... the inference was that now all the beginnings are from Purim. So it occurred to me that part of what this means, in some infinitesimal fraction, that originally we were so sunken in evil that everything that we did to get out was insignificant, until finally on Pesach we merited to freedom. But after Purim, we are so connected to H"Y in the deepest fashion that even our attempts and our desires to get out of the evil, are holy and cause tremendous holy impact in all the words. So all the beginning, are from Purim - Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman. B"H there is more Purim stuff in Hebrew, may we all be blessed with the blessings of Purim and most important Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Kill Amulaik! Long live Nanach!

This is Gevald song that I made with Lazer G last year on the tomb of Mordichai and Esther:

New Nanach Purim Song

click here: Happy Purim With Nanach!

originally all the beginnings were from Pesach, now they are from ... Purim - Nanach.

כי גדול מרדכי בבית המלך ושמו הולך בכל המדינות

A Little Nanach Jingle - In honor of Purim

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

B"H GIVALD new Nanach song

A Little Nanach Jingle

B"H GIVALD new Nanach song


Another GIVALD from RTG Nanac

it says in likutei moharan whenever they would give a like to one of rebi shimons status he would write another one afterwards
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In honor of Purim some Nanach insider jokes from the facebook home of our good friend RTG Nanach

want to lose weight quick? try the uman diet - tea or coffee ( no milk) and 6 spoon fulls of sugar per cup (like it says the king would drink his coffee with 6 spoonfulls of sugar and 1 spoonfull of coffee and the spoonfull of coffee was more important than the six spoonfulls of sugar and one day he was in gabais when he got annoyed at the coffee and said the no good should drink you he put it in the fridge and in the morning he could couldn find it and was very upset and the second to the king looked for in the coffee rom the beis medrish and cohanim but didnt find it the continuation to come soon)
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