By the Grace of G‑d
13th of Kislev, 5729
[December 4, 1968]
Brooklyn, N.Y.

Greeting and Blessing:

Thank you very much for your letter of November 29th. I was particularly gratified to read about your activities on the public-lecture platform and your schedule of lectures in the near future. Needless to say, the fact that you are a noeh doresh v’noeh mekayem [one who nicely lives up to the principles you speak of] lends considerable weight to your lectures, and gives them an additional measure of inspiring influence. And since “G‑d’s reward is in kind,” but in a most generous measure, you will surely be blessed with Hatzlocho in all your affairs.

Now that we are in the auspicious month of Kislev, which is generally a month of Hatzlocho for all Jews, I am taking this opportunity to send you and yours the blessing of Chag HaGeulo on the forthcoming Yud Tes Kislev. May the Chag HaGeulo bring you, in the midst of all our people, a Geulo of all negative and distracting matters, so that the program of Uforatzto should advance steadily and in a growing measure, which will also hasten the fulfillment of the promise of uforatzto yomo vokeidmo vetzofoino vonegbo [“you shall spread out to the west, east, north and south”] with the coming of the true and complete Geulo.

Wishing you again an inspiring Chag HaGeulo, and hoping to hear good news from you always,

With blessing,