There is another aspect to faith from which several virtues emanate, and that is to believe in Hashem’s providence over the lower realms, extending to every single detail; and that no one so much as strikes their finger unless it was decreed from Above; that all the decrees, for better or worse, come from Hashem, including those that come at the hands of Heaven and those that come at the hands of humans — for God has many messengers. When a person believes all this he is not troubled by any expense needed for serving Hashem nor will he attempt to amass wealth through forbidden means. Instead, he will act properly and in line with what the Torah dictates. He will not lose his temper, nor flatter, hate his brother, take revenge, or bear a grudge. For he knows and believes that even if his fellow has brought him harm, it is after all He Who has “told” him to curse, for everything is from Hashem and for the person’s benefit. [Lastly, the person of faith] remembers that whatever Hashem does is for the good, and through that the person accepts the decrees of Heaven with joy.
ב׳ באייר ה׳תש״פ
My brother and my nation, take this Torah book, in this and like this learn well, listen and revival your soul, you will achieve joy and joy, in this world and next world. (from introduction of the author) 1