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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

General Rectification of the World with Nanach.


This parable I came to from my understanding of what the Ramchal propounds in his awesome holy book Adir BaMurom.

If a deck of cards wired together falls and gets tangled in disarray, there are two ways to go about restoring their order. One would be to take each card individually and put it in it's proper place, the other would be to hold up the wire and all the cards will fall into their proper place.

The latter method we will call the Tikun Hakllali the general rectification.

When people are on missions to fix the wrongs of the world, they are very limited in times, funds, faculty, and so forth. Even if they would be completely successful in their endeavors, the ultimate results would be debatable.

Before I was Nanach I had all types of battles on all sides, against zionism, against the Yeshivos for not studying what is important, against wigs, against immodesty.... Every time I had some change I would immediately rush to make some sort of attack for some such worthy cause. Thank G-d for the intellect and humility to understand that there must be a holy tzaddik who desires much more than me all the necessary rectifications, and knows much better than me what they are and how to go about enacting them (Not so my mother's uncle, Noach Weinber ob"m who decided it was solely up to him to fix the world, and launched Ohr Sumaich, and Aish HaTorah, this is something I explained to him personally, may HY have mercy on his soul).

The Tzadik is very much at the helm of the ship -- Rabbainu Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman has full knowledge of what is going on and what has to be done. Anyone with any intellect, who really wants the good of the world, will put aside his or her own little petty notions and projects and fully embrace the ways of Rabbainu. In this way one gives more strength to the collective powers of Rabbainu to bring the complete general rectification of the whole world.

Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!

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