Hayom Yom 25 Tamuz, Class One.
Asking for a Bracha for matters of AVoda is laziness.
This idea is supported and challenged from stories and Sichos.
There is a place for Brachos, but (perhaps the idea is) not to ask for them.
Hayom Yom 25 Tamuz, Class Two.
The first idea is revisited, for a Yid, due to the G-dly Neshama there is a natural pull towards G-dliness and an “understanding” of the reality of the super-natural.
And the second idea is given context, even in the “lowest” Jew this shows itself in the power not to be cut off from G-d at all costs.
Hayom Yom 25 Tamuz, Class Three.
The idea of the nature of the Yid, based on the inner (מהות) sense of Elokus discussed in the מאמר ואתה תצוה התשנ”ב is quite different and much more than “just” not allowing oneself to be cut off from Hashem.
This idea of גילוי אלקות נוגע לעצם מציאותו that affects him so that the lack of this revelation causes כתית למאור is possible because of the additional idea of ואתה תצוה.
ועדיין צריך עיון.
It brings down אלקות in a way of תמיד and not only מערב עד בקר.