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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'''
 
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* 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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* Please note that as a matter of policy Halachipedia takes no responsibility, financial or other, for answers given through this service.  
 
* Please note that as a matter of policy Halachipedia takes no responsibility, financial or other, for answers given through this service.  
 
* Halachipedia is committed and dedicated to your privacy. Your name and email address will be not seen or shared with anyone other than  Halachipedia.
 
* Halachipedia is committed and dedicated to your privacy. Your name and email address will be not seen or shared with anyone other than  Halachipedia.
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* If you don't mind having your question posted anonymously in our archive please put YES at bottom of your email. <br>
 
* If you don't mind having your question posted anonymously in our archive please put YES at bottom of your email. <br>
 
Thank you for choosing Halachipedia.com and hope you have the maximum benefit and satisfaction from Halachipedia.
 
Thank you for choosing Halachipedia.com and hope you have the maximum benefit and satisfaction from Halachipedia.

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  • 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.
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