Kitzur Shulchan Aruch Series by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz שליט׳א
Part 12 - The Laws of Tzedakah
Since 1864, Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried's Kitzur Shulchan Aruch has been one of the world's most widely used Halachic guides for daily Jewish living. No work of Halachah has been reprinted so many times in so many countries. The Kitzur Shulchan Aruch is the definitive text for studying all of the basic Jewish laws that have been in regular practice for centuries.
Tzedakah - 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.
Tzedakah is not limited to gifts of money. Sharing time, expertise, or even a kind smile are all forms of charity.
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