You asked for a "Dvar Teyre", so here goes:
A Chosid once came to the Alter Rebbe "complaining" about his situation in life. "Rebbe", He said, "I am wont of both worlds, I have neither Olam HaZeh nor Olam HaBoh". Other Chassidim, Chassidim of Peylisher Rebbes, have it much better than I do. They travel to their respective Rebbe for Shabbos with their wives' permission, because she knows the Chossid will ask for Brochos of Gezunt and Parnossoh and will receive them. At the tish the Chossid gets Sherayim. At Yechidus the Chossid asks for everything he needs and the Rebbe graciously "pours" the Brochos. Of course, when the Chossid gets back home he is happily received by all of his family. After living such a spiritual life he merits a Gezunte Olam Habah because he's done all that's expected of a Chagas Chossid.
The Chabadnik has none of this.
His wife gives him a hard time. "you must ask the Rebbe for a Brochoh for Parnossoh, for our daughter who needs to get married" etc. He cannot do this. When he gets to the Rebbe he tries hard to understand the Maamar, he attends the Chazoroh, review, of the Maamar, he fasts before Yechidus, and when he gets to go into yechidus he cannot do it. He simply cannot bring himself to ask the Rebbe for Brochos regarding personal physical matters. The Rebbe asks him about his learning, davening etc. and he's ashamed. He leaves the Rebbe a broken man.
When he gets home the wife asks him if he'd asked the Rebbe for the Brochos, he says no. Next year he'll have a hard time convincing her to let him go again. He remebers the Maamar and the lessons he needs to learn from them and he has a difficult time implementing the Rebbe's directives. When he leaves this world he's asked וואס פאר א חסיד ביסטו? So he says, A Chabadnik. A Chabadnik gets asked "Did you learn Chassidus, Did you daven like a Chabadnik should etc. He's left with no answer and is sent directly to h---.
So the AR put his heilige kup in di hent, thought for a while, and said:
"איך וועל ניט בייטען דעם (חב"ד) חסידישען גהנם אפ'ן פויליש'ער גן עדן "
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