Wednesday, September 17, 2014

5775 - ... Other Sources

?  אמרי בינה - of the Mittler Rebbe


(But you must read here, to absorb the message.)

10 comments:

  1. Anonymous2:08 PM

    Are your readers so skilled in Loshon Hakodesh that they don't need a translation?

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  2. You're invited to stand up to the task.

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  3. Anonymous5:59 PM

    Get to work you lazy bum

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  4. The image from the Imrei Bina of the Mittler Rebbe ZT"L is likely not from the actual text of the Imrei Bina, but perhaps, some commentary on it. He is basically saying similar to the Alter Rebbe ZT"L's Ma'amar, where he predicts a 5603 Geula, based on 1775 silver from the Pasuk in Pekudei added to the year 3828, the year of the חורבן. As I noted in part 3d here, however, it's possible that we are supposed to start the calculation from the year 4000, which is when ימות המשיח starts according to the gemara in Sanhedrin.

    The Konanta Me'az translation can also be found at the same link, in part 3a.

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  5. Anonymous2:41 PM

    I don't understand quite much Lashon Hakodesh, anyway In the vanguard, thank you so much for all the effort invested in your blog througuot the years.

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  6. Thanks Anonymous. Because Jewish literature is so rich and encompassing, the few insights I write about seem pale in comparison, almost not even worth it. But, I figure, even if one Jew or Gentile benefits from something I wrote or translated, so much the better. Kol tuv!

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  7. The image from the Imrei Bina of the Mittler Rebbe ZT"L is likely not from the actual text of the Imrei Bina, but perhaps, some commentary on it.
    This is in fact the MR's sefer Imrei Bina, for there are no commentaries on the Rebbeim's seforim.

    He is basically saying similar to the Alter Rebbe ZT"L's tMa'amar, where he predicts a 5603 Geula, based on 1775 silver from the Pasuk in Pekudei added to the year 3828, the year of the חורבן.
    Yes, he is writing the same thing.

    5603 becomes 5608 with the "heh", and Moshiach did come in 5608--in Torah. Likutei Torah was printed, and the story is well known.

    The connection with 5775 is only via an orally transmitted story.

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  8. Yankev,

    I spent a good hour a couple weeks ago looking for this in the Sha'ar Hatefilin in the Imrei Bina in HebrewBooks and couldn't find this text at all nor did I find אות קנב or קנג that the image shows (it only goes until אות מא).

    If you can show this text to me, I'd very much appreciate it. Until then, I will believe that it was not written by the Imrei Bina, but added later.

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  9. I got this from a site Yaak too has referenced. I too checked the Mittler Rebbe's sefer and found NOTHING THEREIN that resembles the text in the top image - which is why I placed the caption with a question mark!
    Origin of image:
    http://www.hageula.com/vid/general/11744.html

    This IS a sefer, although no idea of which it is.

    Anyhow, 5775 is the year - and that's what we're all praying for.

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