"And as such, I instruct you - your main purpose is to publish books of his lessons and spread them".
(From the will of Reb Nosson of Breslov, may his merits protect us)
The benefits of sponsoring the printing of these books:
It is very beneficial to sponsor and give Tzedakah to this cause. This cause is higher than other forms of Tzedakah, like Reb Nosson wrote in Likutey Halachot: And therefore, through the charity given for these books mentioned, all the doubts will be destroyed at their roots and a wonderful, complete rectification of charity is made. Through this charity, we uproot the "metzach ha'nachash" completely so he will not have the power to cause doubts at all, like it says above. This is "Tzedkatcha tzedek l'olam" (your righteousness is an everlasting righteousness), that it will be an everlasting existence forever. This we accomplish through "v'Toratcha emet" (and your Torah is true), by giving charity for writing books and spreading them in the world to explain the words of the Torah and that the Torah is true. Through this, surely "Tzedkatcha tzedek l'olam" because this "tzedakah" (charity) is forever. The main rectification of charity is being greatly drawn by that, as mentioned above.
Therefore, the charity that we give for these books is more precious than anything because it's the main rectification of 'charity'. (Likutey Halachot, Birchat HaShachar 5)
Praiseworthy is the one who merits sponsoring the printing of holy books with pure intentions, for Heavenly purposes. Through all the charity we give, we take the souls and draw down Torah, the aspect of "the ancient and the satum Torah", as explained in the lesson above. All the moreso, when we give charity for the printing of holy books, the printing of the books themselves are the aspect of gathering the souls which are the letters and drawing down the Torah. For surely, praised is the lot of the one who merits the public, to enlighten all of Israel with holy and original ideas on the Torah. Through this we merit a watchful eye. Through this great abundance and blessing and all the best are drawn down. This is what the Shechina and Knesset Yisrael are asking from Hashem: "Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm." (Song of Songs 8:6) "Seals" is the aspect of printing books. This concept hints at Tefillin, as brought down that the Shechina and Knesset Yisrael are asking that many holy books are printed, which is the aspect of Tefillin, which is the aspect of "seals" (seals on your arm). Through the holy book that are being printed, all of Israel is being bound to Hashem like a seal. (Likutey Halachot, Even Ha'Ezer: Kiddushin 3)
For your knowledge
It is appropriate for us to point out that we do not receive any financial assistance from the government or public services, including the Office of Religious Affairs. Our purposes are holy: to establish the fallen Shechina, to be real, honest, innocent, and simple repenting Jews, and to draw near to the true Tzaddikim, like Rebbe Nachman commanded.
We are funded by simple Jews who support our Yeshiva and provide for the printing of the books from their own pockets.
Everything received is through awesome, divine intervention and we rely only on Hashem and not on flesh and blood, as King David writes in Tehillim, "do not put your trust in man that has no power to save".
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