1. “Everyone who blesses will be blessed,” receiving G‑d’s blessing which exceeds the blessing which was given. May that blessing from His “full, open, holy, and generous hand” become revealed in an apparent manner, immediately.

May the blessings implied in the opening phrase of Psalm 88 which is related to this year become fulfilled for every Jew. The first words “Shir, mizmor,” (“A song, a melody”) imply that the blessings will involve both physical and material matters. Our Sages explain that shir refers to a song which is sung by a person — and thus includes the entire range of matters involving the soul — and that mizmor refers to a melody played by a musical instrument — and thus includes all the things that effect a Jew’s body including his worldly property which can be considered like an instrument to be used for G‑d.

Both these services must be carried out in a manner of “for the sons of Korach,” i.e., inspired by the service of teshuvah, including the highest level of teshuvah which involves joy.

This will be in a manner of Lam’natzeach (literally, “for the conductor”) which has the meaning “to the victorious one,” i.e., each individual Jew and the entire Jewish people shall be victorious in carrying out G‑d’s will, their own personal desires, and the desires of the Jewish people, including the most important and essential matter, the Messianic redemption.

The above particularly applies in the present time, Motzaei Shabbos, the time of the feast of Dovid, the Messianic King, especially following Shabbos HaGadol. Thus, from the tenth of Nissan, a day related to the “ten crowns” our Sages associated with the month of Nissan, we will proceed to the eleventh of Nissan which is associated with a higher, transcendent crown. This will serve as the proper preparation for the ultimate and complete redemption when we will proceed to the third Temple “and partake of the festive and Paschal sacrifices.”