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Giving instils within a person real faith in God

Giving our hard-earned money to another is an acknowledgment that our earnings are a blessing from God, and that whatever we have received from Him was given with the trust that we would use it to uplift the lives of others

Giving tzedakahalso instils within a person real faith in God. This is why halachah requires that we set aside a percentage of our disposable income (between 10% and 20%) for tzedakah. The fact that it is a fixed percentage instills in us the notion that all of our material possessions are, in fact, a gift from God, to be used in accordance with the directives that God has given us.

Why is it that we get back what we give and more?

the reason God gave us the money in the first place was so we would use it to help the poor, support Torah learning institutions, etc.

So, if we use the money for the purpose for which it was given, then of course God is going to give us more. In a sense, God is investing in us. It stands to reason that if our returns are good, God will continue showering us with blessings.

Tzedakah (צְדָקָה)—often translated as charity—is a mainstay of Jewish life. The sages teach that the world was built upon kindness. Tzedakah goes one step beyond. Literally translated as “justice” or “righteousness,” tzedakah tells us that sharing what we have with others isn't something special. It's the honest and just thing to do.

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