בעזרת ה' יתברך-יום ג' פ' בשלח, ט' שבט, שנת תשע"ט
Remember to say the 'תיקון הכללי' every day; the ten Kapitlech in Tehillim which the Rebbe revealed to us for Tikkun Habris. (Kapitel – ט"ז, ל"ב, מ"א, מ"ב, נ"ט, ע"ז, צ', ק"ה, קל"ז, ק"נ)
The holy Rebbe says (Likutei Maharan, Chelek 1, 29): תיקון הכללי has the power to bring Parnassah and Yeshuous. How long does it take to say ten Kapitlech of Tehillim? Isn’t it a worthy investment? Therefore, make it your routine to say it every day after Davening. When you reach Kapitel ע"ז, and say the Pasuk of "קולי 'אל אלקים'" concentrate on the שמות (אל"ף למ"ד, אל"ף למ"ד ה"י יו"ד מ"ם).
Keep a תיקון הכללי in your Tallis bag, one which includes the שמות from 'קל אלקים' with the מילוי, as the Rebbe said (Likutei Maharan, Chelek 1, Siman 205): “One should keep the שמות in mind while saying תיקון הכללי”; Maharosh requested we print the שמות by the words of 'קל אלקים', one should concentrate on it over there. Through doing so, you will merit to rectify your sins, and earn Parnassah with ease.
I beg you; flee from ליצנות as one flees from the מלאך המות! The מלאך המות cannot do as much harm to a person as ליצנות can. ליצנות destroys a person. Machlokes and arguments that break out between Yidden are only caused by לצים.
Shlomo Hamelech said (Mishlei 22, 10): “Banish the לץ, and you will get rid of all strife and arguments.” There is no greater danger than having a relationship with a לץ. Who falls into this category? Anyone who denigrates Ehrliche Yidden. When you hear someone slandering an Ehrliche Yid, stay far far away from him. People who mock Ehrliche Yidden are Baalei Aveira and Baalei Gaavah, and when these two elements merge; Aveira and Gaavah, the result is a לץ. As Shlomo Hamelech states (Mishlei 21, 24): "זד"- one who sins, "יהיר"- and one who is conceited, "לץ שמו"- his title is לץ. He doesn’t want to accept Mussar, therefore, he scorns and ridicules the holy Torah and the Ehrliche Yidden who teach it.
By absorbing these words, you will merit blessing on this world and the next.