Tanya: However, the essence (p. 507) ...as mentioned above. (p. 507).
A resume of the fourth method:
V - B'chol..., "In all your ways, know Him."1 A person who sets his heart and mind to observe all that happens to him and around him, will perceive G-dliness tangibly in evidence; as the Mitteler Rebbe pointed out, men of affairs2 have an advantage over secluded scholars, in that the former can witness actual manifestations of G-dliness. This form of the service of teshuva comes from one's perceiving hashgacha p'ratit, (particular Divine Providence).
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