By the Grace of G‑d
7th of MarCheshvan, 5719
Brooklyn, N.Y.
[October 21, 1958]

Greeting and Blessing:

I duly received your cable and letter of October 12th. Needless to say I was very happy to receive the good news of your being completely exonerated at the trial, and of… forthcoming marriage.

It has been often stressed that when a person takes the trouble to keep his eyes and mind open, he can see G‑d’s individual Divine Providence at every step, and often with unusual emphasis, and as you have yourself noticed in your case in the matter of the trial, as you write in your letter.

May G‑d grant that you will continue to see G‑d’s Divine Providence, but in a benevolent way only, in obvious and tangible good, without anxiety or worry, and that the good always turn to better.

Inasmuch as you have begun the New Year with happy tidings, may G‑d grant that you will continue to have good things to report throughout the year in every way, both in your private, as well as in your public affairs.

With prayerful wishes, and with blessing,

M. Schneerson