You're Chabad. You want to do the right thing. Your yeshiva or camp, your rabbi or your parents, your hevruta or your neighbor, gives you these sheets and urges you to fill one out every day. Would you check the box with the blue arrow? Well now you don't have to make that choice.
On August 3, I posted a Daily Duch sheet from Melbourne, Australia.
Among other choices to check off as proof that you are a good little hasid was one very questionable choice: looking at a picture of the Rebbe before saying the Shema at bedtime.
The Shema is the foundational prayer/affirmation in Judaism. It declares God's oneness, and is a rejection of idol worship and intermediaries between people and God.
Similar sheets are used by Chabad in many locations worldwide.
A lot of criticism of Chabad erupted after I posted that Daily Duch sheet, and now Chabad has revised it to exclude mention of looking at the Rebbe's picture. It also changed the option of going to the mikva by adding the disclaimer "with parents consent," apparently a reaction to the child sex abuse scandal currently rocking the Melbourne Chabad community.
Here is the original Daily Duch sheet followed by the revised version: