By the Grace of G‑d
1st Day of Rosh Chodesh Adar 1, 5746 [February 10, 1986]
Brooklyn, N.Y.

Greeting and Blessing:

I duly received your letter of the 21st of Shevat, with enclosure. As requested, I will remember you in prayer for the fulfillment of your heart's desires for good in the matter about which you wrote.

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You should have complete confidence in the assurance of Torah that no one gets hurt by doing a Mitzvah, especially doing it beyond the call of duty.

Moreover, we are getting into the auspicious month of Adar, which is doubly auspicious this year, being a Leap Year, with two months of Adar. It is particularly auspicious for Jews in connection with matters of Yiddishkeit. May it be so with you and yours, and may you have good news to report.

With blessing,
M. Schneerson

P.S. Enclosed is a copy of my message to the recent Convention of Neshei u'Bnos Chabad, and it is meant not only for the women, but also for the men.