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In the years to follow this point was often repeated. The Rebbe repeated this point on dozens of occasions. The following is a partial overview of his statements on this topic. One Inyan In Likkutei Sichos, Volume 1, in the sicha for Yud Shvat, the Rebbe said that all the Rebbeim are one, and part of one neshama: Generally speaking, we can say that all the Rebbeim, up to and including my teacher and father-in-law, were one inyan.
Each one was involved comprehensively in all areas. At the same time, each of the Rebbeim had a special area of interest to which he displayed a particular enthusiasm, and through which he carried out everything else.
The Rebbe explained that, similarly, each of the supernal sfiros includes the other sfiros. Likewise, all matters were included in the special area of interest of each Rebbe. One opinion states that it is a straight line of G-dly light, while the other maintains that it is composed of points of light which together make a line.
Chassidim understood this as an explanation how all the Rebbeim, from the Alter Rebbe to the Rebbe, are one line. However, each Rebbe stresses his own point, which is connected to all of them. The Rebbe smiled and gave him mashke. The Baal Shem Tov in A book called Yemei Melech relates the story of a man of Polish Chassidic background who had cooled off somewhat towards Yiddishkeit upon his arrival in America.
The man became a Lubavitcher shortly thereafter. During the singing, the Rebbe, smiling, turned and spoke to one of the older Chassidim. Few noticed, but the shaliach did notice and asked the Chassid about the conversation.
He chose me to carry these matters out, including raising funds for the many expenses. The Rebbe cried a long time saying this, resting his head between his hands, and speaking with his head down. I will repeat it again: Now you must connect to the Rebbe himself, not through intermediaries. I am not stingy, not with mashke and not with But now you must connect to the Rebbe himself.
The fact that I give mashke to some of those sitting here has to do with personal matters, matters which in the past as well were carried out through me. Indeed, they must continue to be carried out through me now, as well. That is why I give out mashke. But you must connect to the Rebbe himself. I try as much as possible to help all the mosdos and matters of the Rebbe.
Therefore, there is no insult to me. Either something causes sorrow and pain, or it causes satisfaction and nachas. They need not apologize. Saying this influenced the person he told it to. I try [to see to it] that it is with kindness and mercy We need him and maybe he needs us here! Of course, these praises are even greater according to the definitions in Chassidus as to what mesirus nefesh is, and what a gaon is, etc. Still, [in these praises] the main point is missing.
Namely, the fact that he is the nasi, and the nasi Chabad [in particular]. In addition to this point being essential, it is especially important because it is particularly relevant to us, the community of Chassidim and his mekusharim.
For a nasi in general is called the head of multitudes of Jews, and he is like the head and brain relative to them, and from him they derive their sustenance and life.
By connecting to him, they connect and unite with their roots way above. There are different types of leaders: those whose influence is in a way of pnimiyus and those whose influence is in a way of makif. And this distinction itself can be further subdivided: whether their influence is in Nigla of Torah or Nistar, or both together, teaching the ways of avoda and Chassidus, bringing down material hashpaos, etc. Some have a number of these attributes, or even all of them.
They extend their influence in both a pnimiyus and makif way, in Torah, avoda, and gmilus chasadim, in ruchniyus and gashmiyus. Therefore, the connection with [their Chassidim] was with all the limbs of the soul and body of the mekusharim. Each one of us must know, i. From him and through him come all the hashpaos in gashmiyus and ruchniyus. Through connecting to him and he already taught in his letters how to connect one connects and is united with the root, and the root of the root reaching way up above.
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