Recently there has been some discussion about the following statement: "ask not what Na Nach can do for you, but what can I do for Na Nach", my opinion is that it is completely o.k. to ask what Na Nach can do for you. However when you find yourself asking what you can do for Na Nach, that's a definite sign that you're on the right track!
When people say they want to get close to G-d or to attach themselves to the Tzadik, what do they mean. G-d is everywhere, and his Chief Ambassador, Rabbi Nachman is also presiding in all the worlds, as Rabbi Nussun says of Rabbi Nachman, there is no place devoid of him. So everyone is already 'close'.
This question in other words is how to diferentiate things that are above time and space, what brings them together?
The holy books explains that it is the function (tzura) which is the deciding factor. The more two things are doing the same thing the more together they are, even above time and space.
G-d and His Tora are One, also our Rabbi's teach that G-d keeps the Tora. So the more one fullfills the Tora the more one take on how G-d functions in this world and thus gets closer and unites with G-d.
Every soul had its' particular desire and mission, the Tzadik cultivates and oversees the growth and developement of all the souls. The whole world was created for the Tzadik, because G-d created the world to make known his name and image, and there is noway of knowing G-d only in the most very real way possable, to experience Him yourself, and the experience has to be as explained that there is a unity of the Tzura, so the Tzadik runs the world with G-d! Everyone has this opportunity to take on G-ds' attrabutes, everytime one does a kindness etc. he's gaining the infinite identification with G-d, this is what it says that all of Israel are considered Tzadikim. The Tzadik completely mastered this. Thus the Tzadik is the key to putting everything and everyone together.
Some people look at the Tzadikim simply as role models to gain encouragement from. The truth is that the Tzadik is everything (Kul). A person must recognise his place in the world. A person must work under the Tzadik. If a person gains the unity with the Tzadik, he will gain additional souls, that is, desires and functions of the Tzadik. Everything I'm writing needs to be explained at great length.
Everything G-d created was completely necessary. Every soul has something to do which only it can do, otherwise it wouldn't have been created. Rabbi Nussun writes in Likutay Halachos that sometimes a Tzadik is unable to defile himself to submerge himself in certain areas, so he sends one of his followers. This seems to be the predominant theme of todays time, when each and every one know what they are suffering, and yet as we sink we set the clamps of the Tzadik enable him to reverse everything to good.
To sum up all of the above: We have the awesome opportunity of spreading Na Nach!!! There is nothing higher or more productive and effective as spreading Na Nach!!! G-d Blessed Be His Holy Name created the world for this sole reason, that the whole creation, even those that are seemingly the core of evil, will sing this divine song: Na Nach Nachmu Nachmun MayUman!!!!
Then the whole world will know, and recognise (real recognition) that G-d is One and His Name is One!!!