How Did Mr. Epstein's Beliefs And Follow Their Teachings

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1. When Mr. Epstein states that the “charity is a form of justice, to equal out of people around us that which they can 't do for themselves, for reasons which we never really understand. I believe he is explaining how people helps others and share their blessings when they have blessings beyond their needs. In the bible the book of 2 Corinthians 9:8 says that, “And God can give you more blessings than you need. Then you will always have plenty of everything- enough to give to every good work”. Also In the interview there is a portion that Mr. Epstein clearly state that the sages say that “the more you give, the more you will be blessed with being able to give more afterwards”. God wants us to share the blessing that he has given us to others. Helping others will never hurt anyone. It could be a blessing only. And probably it will be something that you can always think of and say that you have did something good in this life. When you do it others will see you and they do it that can promotes a social change in our society.
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The mandate that "nobody was excused from giving" was not very surprising to me. Because we cannot force anybody to give things to others. If they have the heart to give they will give. I have seen people force others to donate for the poos. And they donate without wholeheartedly just because their friends forced them. I also grew up in a good Christian life and my parents have taught me that if I work and earn money the ten percent of the money should be given to god or helps others. And I give the money with wholehearted.
3. “The most perfect form of charity” is one that receives no praise and no thanks. Some people helps others for a recognition. Help others without expecting anything back .In the bible book of Luke 6:35 says “Blessed are they who give without expecting even thanks in return, for they shall be abundantly

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