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Praying at the grave of a Tzaddik

Sh'lom dear Director Dr. Schulman and Academy Rabbis,

Binding oneself to a true Tzaddik is an essential part of the chassidic approach, I have following question:
If one prays at the grave of a Sage or sends a letter with some request or as an expression of gratitude at the grave of a particular departed Tzaddik, how should one correctly formulate his prayer in order to avoid possible mistakes, especially praying to the Tzaddik himself instead of to The One True G-d (Heaven forbid) nevertheless mentioning the hope that the Tzaddik intervene on his behalf?

Best regards

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Praying at the grave of a Tzaddik - by Teodor - 05-26-2009, 07:07 AM

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