disguised prayers

On parashath VaYishlah, The Noam Elimelech explains that a Tzaddik's words always bare a simple meaning to those who hear them, and a hidden deeper prayer to God. [In this manner the prayers are camouflaged from any who might try to oppose the Tzaddik.]

Related to this, The Notzer Hesed says that when the Talmud says, "ideally a person should pray all day long," It means that they should always have lofty intentions to perform unifications even in the most simple of daily interactions.

Since this previous post, we now have the tools to understand this idea. The simplest unification is to have the intention to reveal the hidden Godliness in each and every aspect of creation. The Tzaddikim are on a level where every single word they utter is steeped in deep intentions and lofty unifications.

The Noam Elimelech also says the letters and words spoken by a Tzaddik are angels.


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