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You pass a homeless person on the street and you put a coin in his or her cup. Is that a demonstration of empathy, or should you do more?
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Money is called “soul-energy” and you can learn to harness that energy in your life.
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It’s not your accomplishments at work. It’s not your house or bank account. It’s the impact of what you gave to the world.
How and when should you talk about money with your children? Rabbi Jacobson offers a spiritually-sound answer.
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As we begin to commemorate the tragic events of September 11, we are also entering an important period of Jewish mourning: The beginning of the Three Weeks.
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G-d could have created man to be self-sufficient, but instead He created man to emulate Himself- The Giver.
Giving charity is nice and praiseworthy because you have the choice to do otherwise, but G-d expects nothing less–its the just thing to do.
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One who persists in helping others even when he himself is experiencing hardship is truly deserving of G-d’s ear.
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A rabbi rebukes two men, a miser and a charitable man, for dealing with money fearfully.
A poor woman sent to ask if she could use milk for the Four Cups; obviously, then, she could afford neither wine nor meat for her seder table.