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

29 Sivan, 5711,
Brooklyn, N.Y.

Greetings and blessings,

I duly received your letters and the notification that on Shabbos, 12 Sivan, you and your wife reached your 25th wedding anniversary.

With this [letter], I am expressing my blessing that you share long life together, good days and years in the most literal sense. Also implied is that they be filled with the true good, the good of the Torah and its mitzvos, and that of the luminary of the Torah, [i.e., the teachings of Chassidus],1 and apparent and manifest good. As a result, you will enjoy much nachas and pleasure, chassidishe nachas and pleasure from all your descen­dants. Amen, so may it be His will.

I will conclude on the theme that I began, with blessings for long and good days and years together with your wife and your entire household amidst apparent and manifest good.

That which you asked concerning the sichos of Pesach regarding the answer of the Rebbe, the tzaddik of Tchernobyl: “‘Let some water be brought….’”2 In my opinion, through his question, the Mitteler Rebbe elevated him and enabled him to feel the revelation of Mashiach.3