By the Grace of G‑d
Rosh Chodesh Nissan, 5742 [March 25, 1982]
Brooklyn, N.Y.

Mr. […]

Greeting and Blessing:

I received your letter of the 17th of Adar[March 12], in which you write about the way the [here the Rebbe identifies the name of the religious institution] in your city is conducted, and mentioned some of the […] people [working there] you like and others with whom you are not impressed, etc.

Judging by your writing, I assume you know of the saying of our Sages that one should not be hasty in judgment, and if a judgment is made, it should be made on the scale of merit. If you will talk to those whom you like, they will surely help you to dispel any suspicions in regard to those with whom you are not satisfied.

I. would also strongly recommend that you study carefully Chapter Lev (32) of the Tanya, which is also available in English translation.

Wishing you a Kosher, joyous and inspiring Pesach [Passover], and

With blessing,

M. Schneerson