This letter was sent to R. Saadia Liberov, one of the Rebbe’s emissaries.

B”H, 12 Elul, 5710

Greetings and blessings,

In response to your letter from the second day of Rosh Chodesh Elul together with the list of donors for; a) constructing a structure at the holy gravesite; 1 b) for Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, Machne Israel, and Kehot; c) the payments of debts.

Thank you for your efforts in all this. One mitzvah leads to another; 2 may you add strength to your efforts in all the above. Explain to all the donors for these and similar projects that giving [tzedakah] means receiving blessings in broad vessels for all types of good in material and spiritual matters which were drawn down, are drawn down, and will be drawn down by my revered father-in-law, the Rebbe, הכ"מ, who is found in this world more than during his lifetime. 3 When all the limitations are ended, the concealment and hiddenness will also subside until the light that is good will be revealed in a way that can actually be seen.

See [the explanations] in the enclosed kuntreis, the kuntreis for the coming Chai Elul, regarding actual sight, 4 how it encompasses even the physical dimensions of both the one who sees and the object seen.

As is well known, the maamarim in Chassidus 5 entitled Yavi’u Levush Malchus and their explanations [elaborate] on the concept that the Essence of the Ein Sof is found in material existence.

With regard to Morocco: 6 You should certainly begin submitting all the papers necessary to receive an entrance permit. May it be G‑d’s will that everything be successful: receiving the proper documents, the actual journey, and most important, your work there. May it be according to the will of my revered father-in-law, the Rebbe, הכ"מ, fulfilling the Divine intent, and may each one of us [make] his personal [contribution].

Thank you for informing [me] of your fixed times for study in the synagogues on 25 and 17 7 Roiza Street 8 and similarly, your study sessions with the groups of the chassidic brotherhood (Anash). There are surely fixed sessions for the study of the teachings of my revered father-in-law, the Rebbe, הכ"מ, in every place according to its character.

With blessings for a kesivah vachasimah tovah for yourself, your entire household, and to all the members of our fellowship,

Menachem Schneerson