By the Grace of G‑d
11th of Cheshvan, 5737
Brooklyn, N.Y.
[November 4, 1976]

Greeting and Blessing:

This is to acknowledge receipt of your correspondence.

I trust that by the time this letter reaches you, you will have been discharged from your job as a patient requiring care and attention, and instead of this, I can now offer you ten other jobs, as enumerated in the enclosed general message – needless to say, with the approval of your physician – friend.

May G‑d grant that you should have good news to report in all above.

The three last “jobs” in the letter are, of course, more pertinent to Mrs. Jaffe, but also in these you can have a share, by encouraging her and others through her.

Wishing you and Mrs. Jaffe good health to carry out the above tasks in a way that inspires the whole community to do likewise, based on the Mitzvo of V’Ohavto L'Reacho Komocho, and to enjoy true Yiddish Chasidish Nachas from all your children and grandchildren.

With blessing,

M. Schneerson