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If you are seeking a Rabbi to officiate at a wedding, or funeral, baby-naming ceremony, bar or bat mitzvah, tombstone dedication, home dedication; or if you have a question about any aspect of Jewish belief or practice; or about the material on this website; or are having a problem in your personal life that you would like to "talk to a Rabbi" about; or are desiring that a prayer be offered by the Rebbe for you; or are requesting a "healing amulet," or other type of amulet; then please click on the link below and write me a detailed letter putting the nature of your request in the subject space of the e-mail.

If this is a request for a healing, or guidance, or other prayer for yourself (or for another person), please include the Hebrew name of the person who the prayer is for (if known) and the Hebrew name of that person's MOTHER (if known). If the Hebrew names are unknown or non-existant, just give the FIRST NAMES of both the person the prayer is for and of that person's mother. (We Jews access God for healing through the feminine Energy of Healing by utilizing the merits of the matriarchs, including our own mother).

Click on link to send e-mail to Rabbi Gershon Caudill, the EcoRebbe

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