This giver does not seek out this opportunity to give and only does so when asked directly for a donation. Perhaps he was unaware of the opportunity, his gift is good and he can improve to a higher level by seeking out the need.
The giver gladly provides assistance to the poor. For all his gracious countenance the gift is well below his means. Even though he can do far more his gift is appreciated.
We support our neighbors lest they fall and become dependant upon strangers.
Any two parent household who are ready to move from bare survival into prosperity may apply! All parents must have a job or be looking for work and current on their bills. We support them by cutting their rent to 1/3 their take home income, teaching them how to earn more and providing a support structure for them to lean on in an emergency.
When the giver actively gives to the poor person without having to be asked. The giver has taken the initiative in making the gift.
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If a donor can give to the poor when neither party knows where the gift went or from where it was given, there can be no embarrassment or condescension amongst the parties.
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When a giver is unhappy about having given. He has fulfilled his role in giving even though he feels badly about the way the donation was extracted from him unwillingly.
When I first rented from 8th Degree, I hated my job. 8th Degree got me schooled in home health care. Now I earn twice as much doing something I like!
We give only Tzedakah (tseh-dah-kuh). Tzedakah is more than charity, it is justice. What we give is given because it is the right thing for us to do. It is not out of pity or sympathy, it is our role in life that we should support our less fortunate neighbor. We believe there are 8 levels of Tzedakah like rungs of a ladder or degrees of progress, each level is higher than the last.
When the poor person knows to whom he is indebted but the giver does not know to whom he has given the exists a possibility of embarrassment to the recipient
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When the giver knows to whom he has given but the recipient does not know the source of the gift. The giver might condescend upon the recipient knowing he has relied upon him.
This highest level is when the donor uses his good fortune to help the recipient become self sufficient. The recipient participates in making the gift effective on himself and the donor promotes the strength of his community.