By the Grace of G‑d
3 Menachem Av, 5710 [1950]

Greetings and Blessings!

[...] As1 to your prayerful wish that you [and your colleagues] should be vessels appropriate for the fulfillment of what is desired [of you by the Rebbe]: One should not be too dejected or doubtful, for this, too, is exploited by the [Evil] Inclination.

As was recently discussed here at a farbrengen,. In the present context, an assemblage of chassidim addressed by the Rebbe. it should not be forgotten that the entire subject of creation [...] springs from the fact that “it is in the nature of One Who is benevolent to act benevolently.”. In the original, teva hatov leheitiv (Emek HaMelech, beginning of Shaar Alef). And it goes without saying that [this] reason influences the created universe and is discernible in it. [...]

After all the above, one should approach his tasks with joy and with complete trust that G‑d will show compassion and will offer help, and we [will be] greatly sanctified from Above2 — provided only that we keep a firm grasp of the bond of hiskashrus3 with the tzaddik who is now more accessible in this World of Action, too.4

With blessings to all the members of the brotherhood,