I'm just learning to read Hebrew, and I discovered that the text I use for Kriat Sh'ma al Hamitah contains G-d's tetragrammaton, yud kei vav kei. I'm afraid of accidentally using the Ineffable Name. Any ideas? I was wondering if covering it with a sticker is permissible?(in a manner which the sticker can be removed without damage to the original text i.e. on a laminated card)

Thank you very much.

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    Hi Ariel. Welcome to Mi Yodeya, and thanks for bringing your question here. Unfortunately, this site is not intended for real, practical Rabbinic advice. For p'sak halacha, you should consult your local Orthodox rabbi. (Around here we use the term CYLOR.) – ezra Feb 15 '18 at 15:11

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