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Simchas Torah 5716
Toras Menachem vol. 15 page 127-141. 
Sicha One.
Class One. 
Page 127-9.
1) The Nigun Darkecha has some sharp -negative- words that are allowed. based on the saying if the Rebbe RaShaB "Simchas Torah can bring no harm". 
2) This statement is not only permission to speak this way but a mandate as there is no Parve in Pnimiyus HaTorah as prescribed by the Halacha בכל דרכיך דעיהו.
Class Two.
Page 129-131.
Teshuva is not only about sin but about growth. Moreover the more we grow the more opportunity for further Teshuva there is.
On Simchas Bais Hashoaiva because of the heightened moment we sing of Teshuva. 
Class Three.
Page 131-2.
End of Sicha on Teshuva and Simchas bais Hashoaiva. 
Sicha Two.
Class Four. 
The מאמר that the Rebbe RaShab said spontaneously: כי נער ישראל ואהבהו תרס"ו.
The significance of it's reemergence now, 50 years later. 
Class Five. 
Page 133-5.
The surprises of the year תרס"ו included 1) המשך תרס"ו, and 2) מאמר קמתי אני לפתוח לדודי, and 3) this מאמר כי נער ישראל ואהבהו. 
As a rule preparation is Jewish we see this by 1) Hashem, 2) Rav Akiva, 3) The Rebbe RaShaB humself, yet on this pccasion he spoke spontaneously.
Class Six.
Page 135-6. 
These changes have to do with Simchas Torah that these things add to the great Joy etc. of the time. 
The greatest revelations happen then. 
Sicha Three.
Class Seven.
Page 137.
Yehoshua during Moshe's lifetime was like Moshe, this incredible anomaly is what made Yehoshua a נער  in the favorable sense.
Class Eight.
Page 137-9.
This idea is compared to the concept of  תענוג הבד הוא תענוג האדון ממש, the total subservience of the salve to the master, that his master's pleasure becomes the slave's pleasure.
The rebbe goes on to say, that since this Ma'amar reached us, this means that we have some possibility to do this somewhat. 
Class Nine.
Page 139-141.
The Rebbe argues that this level of Bittul is at least achievable on the level of action through Kabalas Ol Malchus Shamayim.