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Monday, June 24, 2019

Seven Beggars Story Day Five Hunchback Beggar: What's it About?

I received this interesting question which helps understand some of the Seven Beggars and its background.
I am sharing the question and my reply.

Q: Hello, I have read the tale of the seven beggars, and I have read the following notes to this tale. In the notes I realized that there was an explanation for the meaning of the "deficiency" of each of the seven beggars but for the hunchback beggar he only made a reference to the tale in which this beggar was the protagonist without elucidating the meaning of being a hunchback and having the ability to help the others to reach the special Tree That is Beyond Space.
Is there no explanation for how the hunchback could help others reach the Tree? It was said in the tale that the hunchback beggar had that which possesses the highest degree "the little that holds the much."
What is the meaning of the hump's power to help others reach the Tree, is it "generosity"? That is, is it that in the terrestrial world what has the highest degree of being "little that contains much" is the characteristic of generosity?
Similarly, in the Third Day, with the beggar with the hindered speech, it says this beggar collects the "true kindnesses" and brings them to the Truly Gracious Man.  In addition, the Heart of the world that gets scorched by the sun gives each day another day to the world's Spring by which time comes to exist so everything can exist because nothing can exist without time.
So, is it through the power of generosity that one lives a situation of the "little that holds the much"?
  - Xxxxx, Brazil
Shalom, Xxxxx!

Generosity is close.. In the Fifth Day, it's the concept of support, as one carries weight on the shoulders and back, and this beggar appears to the world like a hunchback, as if he doesn't have such a great power to support.

From SH (Sichot Haran) #151:

...The rule is that with each story that he told, the story came about via some conversation that he had and spoke with us regarding worldly stories, and in the midst of them he began to tell the story by means of the story having some utterances with relation to the story in his heart. And this was like it`aruta diltata [arousal from below], to draw down perceptions of Godliness that he clothed in that story. And so it was with each and every story...

In this case the background is given in CM (Chayey_Moharan) #64:[#60-66]_Pertaining_to_Sipurei_Ma%60asiyot

CM #64
Pertaining to the Sichot #151 after the words "...loftiness of their level:"
Then on Sunday afternoon we stood before him and he talked with us and during the conversation he spoke some quip which is called a vartil/joke regarding that sect etc. Then he spoke of the concept of wide shoulders. Then from that same conversation it came about that he asked where we are standing in the story and we replied to him: on the Fifth Day; and then he told the story of the Fifth Day and he told it in joy.

So what happened was that one of R' Nachman's followers mentioned some other rebbe who they say of him he has "broad shoulders" i.e. he can support and help them through life or their needs or whatever. Like the people who go to the Ch---- rebbes who give them life advice or business advice etc. So R' Nachman made some joke about this, and told the story of the Fifth Day, that there is a level so much, so much higher than this, that he can support someone even to beyond space, so the previous kind of "broad shoulders" becomes entirely ridiculous! !Que ridiculosos son los "hombros anchos" de los otres!

Similarly the background of Day Three (and Four) is given in the beginning of SH #151, regarding when his grandson was on his sickbed and he had great affliction from this..

  Na Naj!

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Kill with 2, establish with 3

You can kill with two but need three to make permanent!
Two witnesses can accuse of murder and it is considered truth.  Three times in a row and it is considered permanent.

The two temples are enough to establish the truth but the third shall not be destroyed.

Mila to mila in 8 days...word to word in 8 days

From Brit Mila to Brit Mila.  What is first in creation?
The word "in the beginning" a word! The eight day is also a word "brit mila" circumbcision.  One could be called the word from above while the other is the word from below.
The word eight in Hebrew is SHMONA which litterally is "his name is Na (please)" the latter Noun or Na is also the fiftith gate, the gate of Kingship which is above nature.
Jacob was a man who was ALWAYSE true to his word the diametrical opposite of Laban the swindlerer and sorcere. We call Josef "the simple man of truth".
Josef who represents purity of the circumbcision is the father of all priests (including the priests of Egypt).  Josef is on a higher level of truth than Jacob since he is the legitimisation of the wealth of the whole world.  Jacob and his had to worry about making a living, not so Josef!!!
Saba is like Josef.  If his son starved, it was because of the stoning of Breslevers and his own negligence of the material needs of his family, who were not Breslevers themselves.  The Levites were ordered to put to death any idol worshiper including their own kin (none of which were put to death).

The first word before creation is Jacob.  The eight day is Joseph "malava malka" escorting the King, a "Levitical" function.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

That last post was really hard to understand so I will try to do what Moshiah will do: make things clear and simple for everyone to understand.

The princes of the tribes and the Levites had the responsibility of gathering the tiths, in the Parasha they bring private gifts and offer specialized services to the tabernacle.  10% was in keeping with the promise of Jacob the man of truth to Gd because of Esav the man with the blessed hands.
If the word of Jacob to Gd is not kept he is not a man of truth, a person who keeps the oath will see that Gd keeps his side of the deal as well.

Shavuoth is like a wedding.  It is about a contract that gets written down and absorbed or "the mountain falls on our head" if we betray it!

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Shavuot in a nutshell

What does the "silly" or fr."sotte" woman the nazirite and the sin offering that can be compensated on Yom Kippour have in common with the offerings of the princes of the tribes and the administration by the Levites have in common?
Apparently nothing right?
Try again.
All this comes just in time for the 50th and 51 st day of the Omer the highest gate when we receive the book of laws. Still no clue?
Notice we have two ears, two nostrils and two eyes but only one mouth? 7 yes and 7×7 is 49 and the brit makes 50 which is King or as the Monarchs would choose 777: 354 = Na Nach Nachma Nachman.
All men of truth must give the tith.

Everything about the law is based on the voice of Jacob and the hands of Esav.

Friday, June 7, 2019

Is it SAFE to be a Breslev?

It is safe to say that when Breslev becomes a safe subject to study, there will be no more Breslevers in the world.  Like converting to Jusaism AFTER Messiah. The doors will be locked.

Being a Breslev is like volunteering for the first wave of the Normandy invasion.  Saba said he wants those that will go into the attack submarines and go first into the fire.

Understanding the two clowns

Why and How dare the Gemarra claim that the highest mitsvah is not the man hiding his identity and working as a prison keeper to allow the Jewish Community to save Jewish captives.  The choice says a lot but the conclusion that two market clowns have all the merit of the market, a bit like the two boys covering up the Torah on Shabbat morning...needs some explaining.
To understand this you need another fact from the Torah:
There were only Magicians in Egypt both before and after Josef.  It was enough for Pharaoh to "know" about the existance of Josef, for these same Magicians to be called Priests if Egypt during that same period.
Saying Na Nach is the ultimate cure for sadness while a happy market is a market that praises the Tzaddik and praises Gd.  The leadership of the country needs to appeal to that market and they must therefore know the happy clowns.

The direct result of which is that the magicians of the country turn into priests!

(Look at the paragraph above).

If you wonder why the one spy is compared to two clowns it is to show that each individual clown has more merit than the single spy, and if there wete more than two the rule would still apply.

Monday, June 3, 2019

This is about time and place...never too late!

On two occasions Moses had to ask Gd.
One concerned location. One concerned timeing.
Could Moses give original family land rights to a family devoid of men?  Could Moses allow a second celebration of Passover for people that could not be ready in time for the first Passover?
In both cases the innocence of the parties was established.
The same way Gd had chosen to give no sons to one man, he had chosen to invalidate the ability to celebrate on time for the others...did this mean he was ostracizing these families for ever?
If every generation has fallen past the 50th gate of uncleanliness how dare any of us celebrate the regular Pessach?
I believe we can do this only through the power of the formula uttered when burning the Hametz.  This renews us completely like the innocent uncircumbcized child.  (By what merit can a child be circumbcized?- because it takes more than innocence to be trusted into such an oath (but this is another lesson)).
Why did Moses have to ask Gd on these two occasions?
The difference between mortals and divine creatures are the dimensions of time and location.  Moses was a man!
The answer that came from the immortal sources shows:
The rebellious angel will be defeated by humble mortals who are loyal to the creator...not out of interest, but out of a will to fulfill his will.  Na Nach Nachma Nachman destroys the spirit of contoversy and rebellion which is fueled by sadness and bitterness. 

By singing this song we are able to keep the oath and fulfill the promise...pakod pakodeti. Meir Baal Ha Ness whose 

Jerusalem or Liverpool day?

What do Jerusalem day and Liverpool football have in common?
Head and foot!  When the Tzaddikk who is the head of the household was sold into slavery for shoes, the exile had begun.  The difference between a son born from tears and the brothers born from the man of truth was to wide to fathom.
Jerusalem is when the feet gather with the head of the household which is the act of lighting the 8th light (look at our kippas).  The letter L (n in Hebrew) looks like the letter Reish turned on it's head and the two letters spell "ner" which means light.  If you come and light a candle by King David it is as if you came TWICE to Jerusalem!!
Liver Pool is more like kicking the head around. Liver in Hebrew is "caved" which sounds like "cavod" honor (from the word heavy). 

All these things do have a lot to do with honor.  On Jerusalem day the world screen was polarized by two cities using similar hidden vocabulary. Both were a search to connect with the different other side.