דהן אמת שקיום הדברים במעשה צריך להיות באופן של חוקה חקקתי
"And why are our Rebbeim particularly called Princes of CHABAD [an acronym for 3 faculties of intellect]; Would it not be more appropriate from a Torah perspective to use a term that suggests 'Do it because I so established it and you have no right to question me'? After all, in truth, the actions of chassidim should spring from an unquestioning mindset;
"And as you know, with complete certainty, the words spoken by our Rebbeim were endorsed from one leader to the next all the way back to Moshe Rabbeinu and prevail as absolute truth;
"And that our Rebbeim certainly understand the content; And they well understand there must be precision when quoting a Rav.
"Nevertheless, there must be the endeavor to grasp and comprehend these words as well.
"And if one doesn't get it, he needs to ask (go knock on someone's door at night) for an explanation. In fact, this is why he was not explained the concept to begin with - so he should go ahead and ask (go ahead and knock on a door). Generally, toil must precede comprehension. As our sages tell us, if one toils and says he gets it, believe him. This saying regards worldly affairs, so how much more so in matters of Torah learning - where toil will yield mastery.
"That is to say, with toil will come an understanding of a higher magnitude than the effort that was invested for it, and all he need do is bend down and pick it up."