Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Is it permited to ask questions thru Igros Koidesh ?

A post in response to a Lubavitcher Chosid claiming it's not our custom to ask questions this way.
By the grace of G-d

Shalom uBrocha!

Whoever quotes someone by name brings geula to the world.Quoting a source is not limited to Baaley Teshuvah it's proper behaviour in general.
If you would click on the link in my previous post you'd see it links to an article by Yochanan Eliyahu Gurarye Shlit"a Chief Rabbi of Cholon "Sources for using the holy books as a goral" with footnotes with some of the quotes from the Sichos directly.I could also give you a link to the a Sicha in site (not a mashichist site, right? [as if a mashichist site that quotes a sourse from the Rebbe is not kosher]however beware that the Sicha in the original ads that "since some feel it's disrespectfull to use holybooks as a goral perhaps it's better to use Igrot Koidesh which have letters on many differnt topics such as a parnosa health etc." )
here is the quote from Sichos in English see footnote 109 at the bottom
and another (less direct one) one from Likutei Diburim:

besides the article I mentioned in previous post that lists more quotes.
PS: The Shluchim who say it's forbiden to use Igros usualy use them themselves, but teach others not to use it since they are afraid that people will create anarchy thru improper understanding of the replies.
brocha ve'hatzlocha
Ariel Sokolovsky
Long Live our Master our Teacher and our Rebbe king Moshiach Forever and Ever!

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