‘Flourish in his days a Tzadik’ the likes of which the world has never seen before.
Growing up “with” the Rebbe (I’ve never physically seen him) just made sense. Everything made sense because of the Rebbe. It still does, but having a Tzadik with such magnitude in the world was by far the biggest sign that we are living in the times of the Geulah. It just made sense. The Rebbe made sense. Everything made sense.
This begs the question though: ‘in his days’ will flourish a Tzadik kinda sounds like they’re two different people or are they one and the same.
This needs clarification.
Meanwhile Tzadik, let me play you a song:
If you have any input, please let me know in the comments below: