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Tzedakah - Charity

More Than A Charitable Act

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Charity: More Than A Charitable Act

Tzedakah is more than a Charitable act. It is sharing with others what G-d in His kindness has given us.
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Sam Leon Dumfries February 10, 2015

"Tzedakah doesn't neccessarily mean money." I agree with this bit wholeheartedly, Rabbi. My motto is "If you can't give money, then volunteer." The way I see it, it all goes to the same cause-making the world a better place. Reply

Menachem Posner for Chabad.org September 28, 2008

RE: tzedaka Teshuvah (repentance) and tefilah (prayer), together with tzedaka, are a surefire way of breaking all evil decrees. Reply

dax bredfeldt burlington, Iowa September 26, 2008

tzedaka what are the two other laws with tzedaka to change judgement from heaven Reply

Jo Brown England April 22, 2008

Tzedaka Superb! Have just used this in my lesson and it made so much sense to my students! Thank you! Reply

Ron Hekier Texarkana, TX May 21, 2007

Tzedakah; a complicated word A very difficult word to put into context in English. Certainly as stated in this video we need to view Tzedakah as more than just 'charity' and I prefer the English translation to 'righteousness.'
Fantastic video clip, as are all educational offerings from Chabad. Reply

Jerry Truex Wichita, KS July 7, 2006

The Deed: Tzedakah Thanks for the helpful and inspiring instructional videos. I'm a Christian pastor trying to learn more about the Jewish roots of my faith. I thank G-d every day for Chadad. Reply

Steve Sacks Chatsworth, Ca. via chabadchatsworth.com June 6, 2006

Education I spend many evenings at my computer watching and learning from the wonderful videos provided by Chabad. The work you're doing is so vital to my Jewish education. As a relative newcomer to Chabad of Chatsworth
and having never been a practicing Jewish male I feel it's important to say thank you. Keep up the good work. Reply

Steve Lowry Los Angeles, CA June 5, 2006

The Deed This helps me to understand more about Torah in short clips. Keep up the good work.

Steve Reply

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