I Will Write It In Their Hearts - Volume 2

In the Rebbe's correspondence one can see his scholarship, the care he has for every individual, the communal projects which he pioneered, and many other dimensions of his leadership.

Letter No. 174:
I conclude with a blessing for the holiday of redemption — that speedily, in our days, we merit the complete redemption and my revered father-in-law, the Rebbe Shlita, will lead us to greet Mashiach; “Immediately to teshuvah; immediately to Redemption,”
The Personal Growth Experienced While Enduring the Holocaust
Letter No. 175
When a person is uprooted from the setting to which he has become acclimated, in the time before he becomes accustomed to his new situation and responsibilities, he reveals patterns of behavior that reflect his inner nature . . .