The name of the recipient of this letter was not released.

27 Sivan, 5711,

Greetings and blessings,

I was happy to receive your undated letter, saying that you have become engaged to your fiancée….

With this, I am expressing my blessing that the engagement be in a good and auspicious hour, for good fortune. When you will set the time for the wedding, [I am giving my blessing] that it be for mazel tov, mazel tov. May you build a house in Israel on the foundation of the Torah and its mitzvos as they have been explained by the teachings of Chassidus. For particularly in the present era of doubled and redoubled darkness where darkness is considered as light and light is considered as darkness,1 it is necessary that everyone occupy himself with the teachings of Chassidus,and through the luminary of the Torah,2 the revealed dimension of Torah Law will also be illuminated for you, as all the other details [of your life], both materially and spiritually.

When you see… please give him greetings from me and share with him the adage of my revered father-in-law, the Rebbe זצוקללה"ה, נבג"ם, זי"ע, which is based on the renowned teaching3 that a lesson in the service of G‑d must be derived from every matter. The lesson from Pesach Sheni is that it’s never too late; nothing is ever lost.4 Even at a time when the entire Jewish people brought their Paschal sacrifices and one person was ritually impure or far away — and even if he willfully entered this situation, it is never too late. And for his sake, a special festival is instituted so that after he purified himself, he can approach the Beis HaMikdash and enter within its gates.