For a chossid, writing to the Rebbe is an essential aspect of his life. But does the Rebbe still relate to us, and respond to our letters and requests?
Throughout the Rebbe’s nesius, a primary avenue to personally communicate with the Rebbe was written correspondence.
When there was a concern, you would write a tzetel describing the issue and ask for a bracha; when you completed a project and wanted to report it to the Rebbe, you would write it up and send it in.
Anyone and everyone was welcome—and encouraged—to write to the Rebbe.
The Rebbe read and answered letters from all over the world, and from people of all ages and lifestyles.
As the years went on, the sacks of mail coming into 770 on a daily basis kept on growing and growing. It continues even more so today, as letters, emails, and faxes come in at the Ohel from around the world at all hours of the day and night.
For a Chossid, writing to the Rebbe is essential, and nothing has changed.
A Chossid knows that the Rebbe is the first and final address for everything he needs materially and spiritually; the one who shares our pain and who cares the most for our joy.
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