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Audio Classes on Charity

Giving Until it Hurts
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
Tzedaka - Lesson 8
The spiritual ripple effect of using our material means to give tzedaka.
How to Give
Audio | 26:33
How to Give
Tzedaka - Lesson 9
A quick overview of some of the basic laws of charity including Maimonides' famous "Eight Levels of Charity."
Give and Give Again
Audio | 54:21
Give and Give Again
Parsha Re'eh
When giving charity, clearly one should give wholeheartedly and pleasantly. But how critical to the mitzvah of tzedakah is the manner in which it is given? Maimonides and Rashi offer differing views. This class analyzes their positions and reveals the essence of charity. (Likutei Sichos vol. 34, Sicha 2)
Tithes for the Poor & Not to Ignore the Needy
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 125
Reflections on
Give life to others before praying for your own sustenance
How to Give Tzedaka
A story that teaches an important lesson in giving charity: to help right away and not delay even for just a moment.
Chumash Classes: Kedoshim, Part 3
Leaving Produce for the Poor
Chp. 19 verses 9 - 14: Leaving produce from your field and vineyard for the poor. Not to steal, deal falsely, or lie. Not to swear falsely or profane G-d's name. Not to oppress your neighbor or withhold a workers wages. Not to curse a deaf person and not to place a stumbling block before a blind man.
The First Tithe (for the Levite)
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 131
Leave the Fallen Stalks for the Poor
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 123
Two Menorahs for One Person?
The Talmud on Chanukah, Lesson 6
The Talmud presents an interesting scenario where one person must light two menorahs. This teaches us a new principle on avoiding suspicion. In perfect Talmudic style, the discussion turns to the mitzvah of leaving ‘Pie’ah’ (the corner of the field for the poor) to support this idea.
Leave the Fallen Grapes & Forgotten Sheaves for the Poor
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 124
The First Tithe (for the Levite), Part 2
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 132
The First Tithe & Second Tithe
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 135
Following the Prescribed Order of Tithes
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 127
Tithing Terumah to Kohen & the Levite's Priestly Tithe
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 126
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