ALL IN GOOD FAITH

August 5th, 2021

One of the Mitzvot mentioned in Parshat Re’eh is the Mitzva of Tzedakah. The Jewish people are expected to take care of their “destitute brother” and to ensure that all those in need are provided for. There are a number of curious anomalies in the verses describing this Mitzva, while the Rambam, Ramban, Sefer HaChinuch, and Ma’or Va’shamesh all underscore how important this Mitzva is – as important as all the other Mitzvot in the Torah combined.

Rabbi Dunner shares a Nesivos Sholom that offers a comprehensive explanation for the centrality of Tzedakah in Judaism.

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