1. Because of the constraints of time upon the community, this is not the appropriate time to read the Pan. Before G‑d, all the particular requests mentioned here are revealed. He who hears the blessings of His nation Israel will surely fulfill the prayers of His people from His full, open, holy, and generous hand. In this manner, all the particular requests of the Jewish people will be fulfilled in regard to material and spiritual matters, fusing the material and the spiritual together.

May it be a year of light {In the Hebrew, the Rebbe’s blessings were given in alphabetical order}, a year of blessing, a year of redemption, a year of joy, a year of glory and splendor, a year of good company, a year of great merits, a year of good and long life, a year of great and revealed good, a year of good promises, a year of sustenance, a year of learning with outstanding success, a year when the desires of each one’s heart will be fulfilled together with those of the entire Jewish people thus endowing them with the power of the community, a year of great miracles of both an individual and communal nature, a year of help from above in all matters both material and spiritual, a year of strength for each Jew, that his Judaism can be expressed with more strength and power, a year of redemption, a year of tzedakah, a year of holiness, a year of walking upright, a year of exaltation, a year of happiness and rejoicing, a year of Torah, a year of tefillah (prayer), and a year of teshuvah.

A year when G‑d will fulfill the desires of each Jew and the entire Jewish people in a generous and abundant manner including the most fundamental desire for which we are constantly waiting, the coming of the ultimate and complete Messianic redemption. Then, we will proceed, “with our youth and with our elders, with our sons and with our daughters,” all those who gave in a Pan and go together with their families and their students to Eretz Yisrael, to Jerusalem, to the Beis HaMikdash, and to the Holy of Holies.

Then, the entire Jewish people will celebrate Rosh HaShanah in Eretz Yisrael. Even there, Rosh HaShanah could be celebrated for two days depending on when the witnesses come. However, the two days are considered as one continuum. This will lead to continuous life, the era when, “those that lie in the dust will arise and sing,” and with the Previous Rebbe among us, we will proceed to Eretz Yisrael, to Jerusalem, and to the Beis HaMikdash, “the Sanctuary of G‑d established by Your hands.” May it be in the immediate future.