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Audio Classes on Charity

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What are the four levels in charity? To whom do you have to give Charity first? What is the best way to give Charity? How much Charity must one give? Is there a limit to the amount of charity I can give?
This class expounds upon the deeper meaning for the mitzvah of tzedakah and what it accomplishes.
Triumph and endurance: two aspects of the Jewish psyche. Look into your life and find the parsha therein.
No one loved his fellow Jews more than R. Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev. This story paints a picture of life in Berditchev of old.
The story of the rich miser
A riveting story about a rich man who wouldn’t give any tzedakah. Join Rabbi Sholem Perl, master storyteller, as he brings to life this story that shows us the importance of helping the poor and welcoming guests into our home.
Our Sages teach: “tzedakah, charity, is equivalent to all the mitzvot combined”. Why such great emphasis on this individual mitzvah?
Audio | 22:46
Do Not Steal
The Eighth Commandment
"You shall not steal."
The Mitzvah of Tzedakah
Discover myriad layers of significance to the mitzvah of tzedakah, which is so much more that simple charity.
The Rebbe’s mitzvah campaign of Tzedaka places great emphasis on everyone having a pushka (charity box), and ensuring it’s prominently displayed. This class endeavors to crystalize why this is so important in reclaiming a lost Jewish art.
Tzedakah—Lesson 1
Three Hebrew letters contain an encoded message explaining how tzedakah is really not charity but justice.
Audio | 10:43
Wealth Distribution
Tzedakah—Lesson 2
Why doesn’t G‑d just give each person their appropriate share of wealth, rather than creating a world where some people are wealthy and others are in need?
Tzedakah—Lesson 3
The promises of reward for one who gives tzedakah. Malachi 3:10: “Bring all the tithes into the storehouse . . . and please test Me . . . if I will not open for you the windows of heaven, and pour out for you blessing . . .”
Tzedaka - Lesson 4
How much money are we destined to make this year? And how much are we destined to keep? Why the money we give away to tzedaka was never really ours to begin with.
Audio | 10:22
Selfless Giving
Tzedaka - Lesson 5
Sometimes we give in order to feel better about ourselves. How can we make sure that our giving is altruistic? When our giving is determined by the recipients needs and not by our desire to give.
Tzedaka - Lesson 6
Couldn't G-d have just made a world where nobody needed any money. A look at the very spiritual side of economics.
Tzedaka - Lesson 7
The Torah says that one must give a tenth of their wealth to tzedaka but no more than one fifth. Are there ever circumstances where it is fitting to give even more? Tzedaka as a mode of repentance
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