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'''''For all other questions'' feel free to contact Halachipedia's new [mailto:ask@halachipedia.com Ask the Rabbi] service after reading our terms and conditions'''
 
* This service is not meant to replace or substitute the need for consulting a competent Orthodox Rabbi. This service is meant to benefit people in locations that do not have access to a Rabbi. It is also meant to benefit those who have access to a Rabbi to achieve a better understanding of the halachic background so that they can properly present the question to the Rabbi.  
 
* This service is not meant to replace or substitute the need for consulting a competent Orthodox Rabbi. This service is meant to benefit people in locations that do not have access to a Rabbi. It is also meant to benefit those who have access to a Rabbi to achieve a better understanding of the halachic background so that they can properly present the question to the Rabbi.  
 
* We are taught many times “aseh lecha rav”-“make for yourself a teacher” (Avot 1:6) as a lesson to keep with us throughout over lives. It is important to establish a steady relationship with a knowledgeable and accessible Orthodox Rabbi to help address all halachic questions. Such a relationship can help one foster spiritual growth and maintain a proper halachic lifestyle.
 
* We are taught many times “aseh lecha rav”-“make for yourself a teacher” (Avot 1:6) as a lesson to keep with us throughout over lives. It is important to establish a steady relationship with a knowledgeable and accessible Orthodox Rabbi to help address all halachic questions. Such a relationship can help one foster spiritual growth and maintain a proper halachic lifestyle.

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  • We are taught many times “aseh lecha rav”-“make for yourself a teacher” (Avot 1:6) as a lesson to keep with us throughout over lives. It is important to establish a steady relationship with a knowledgeable and accessible Orthodox Rabbi to help address all halachic questions. Such a relationship can help one foster spiritual growth and maintain a proper halachic lifestyle.
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