By the Grace of G‑d
Rosh Chodesh Sivan, 5736 [May 30, 1976]
Brooklyn, N.Y.

Mr. Mordechai Shoel Landow

Greeting and Blessing:

I just received your telegram about your daughter's marriage taking place today.

I hope and trust that the Bride and Bridegroom have made a firm resolution to establish their home on the foundations of the Torah and Mitzvos, which will also bring them an additional measure of Divine blessings for a truly happy future.

I extend to you and to Mrs. Landow, as well as to the newlyweds prayerful wishes of Mazal Tov, and may you and your wife have true Nachas from each and all of your children, in good health, good Parnosso and a happy frame of mind.

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With the blessing of Mazal Tov, Mazel Tov,
M. Schneerson

P. S. I would like to add, that the marriage is taking place in an auspicious day and month, in the week of the Festival of Mattan Torah, when G‑d gave the Torah to all our people, including and in the presence of - as our Sages declare -all Jewish souls of all future generations. It is also fitting to emphasize here, again, the great Zechus that is yours and your family's in being instrumental in the establishment of the thriving Torah institutions in your city under the auspices of Lubavitch, which has also impacted other communities. I am confident that this will be an inexhaustible source of Divine blessings to you and yours also in your personal affairs, materially and spiritually, and enable you to go from strength to strength in your dedicated public work under conducive and happy circumstances.