Rather, it is the Rebbe's insight that Frankl was important (and he was!), that his philosophy-psychology was beneficial to the world (and it is!), that Chochmoh ba'Goyim [or Frei Yidden] ta'amin (too rarely admitted, and even more rarely encouraged!), that one need be concerned beyond one's "hoif" or "yeshiva" for the benefit of humanity - these are rare qualities even among our leaders.
Were it but for this alone, the Rebbe deserves our admiration - not our devotion, that is for Chabadniks, not for us - but our appreciation.
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