I have no hard feelings, no grudges, no resentment towards anyone.
G-d is good and He guides me in goodness, with goodness.
I muse, the more you strengthen your self-control muscles and your trust in the Rebbe, the more likely you'll be able to withstand the (nearly) irresistible pull to the glory of G-d up There and insist, rather, on sending Moshiach to redeem all.
The advantage some have - moi possibly not excluded - is feeling at times pleasure and connection to the physical world.
Maybe Hashem made dawn follow every night because otherwise we'd have a hard time believing and expecting the light after/from dark idea.
On second thought, light follows night because in upper/deeper/spiritual realms that's the case so naturally it will extend itself to the physical as well.
Sometimes, when you're walking down the street, maybe even trudging, just doing what you gotta do, you pass a rock and think "Oh wow what a perfect rock to rest on!" and then you tell yourself no, you must move on, and so you move on, and then you think "wait, Hashem put that rock there for me!" so you go back and rest, and get energy for your walk, and share it with others so they too can get energy.