The publishing arm of Chabad-Lubavitch released a never-before-published discourse of the first Chabad Rebbe, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi.

The original handwritten manuscript of the discourse was found in a collection kept by the succession of Lubavitcher Rebbes, now in the control of the central library of Agudas Chasidei Chabad.

Known by the first words of the verses of Psalms that begin the discourse, Hod Vehadar Levashtah – found in the first two verses of Psalm 104, the words translate to “G‑d shall be clothed in glory and splendor” – takes up four pages of text and includes 49 footnotes added by the Kehot Publication Society.

It examines the difference between speaking and thinking, and extends the analysis to the anthropomorphic speaking and listening as they are applied to G‑d.