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Things to Learn from Jewish Ethical Practices

In contemporary world, a focus on economic responsibility is not enough because there is a need to think beyond this aspect. Arena of society has extended over years and it will further extend in the time to come. This is complex to understand, but social responsibility is gaining dominance over economic responsibility. The awareness is being created in people of different communities to participate in activities for benevolent cause. Philanthropy is in everyone’s blood, but it needs to be explored. We need inspiration and motivation to come forward and make active participation.

Charity in real terms

Whatever we earn in our life, we have to part with a substantial part of this earning in the form of expenses, taxes, etc., but this is our necessity which is unavoidable. Spending money for a family is a type of social responsibility, but not in real terms. Social responsibility is something we discharge for people having no family or friendship relations. Though charity begins at home, yet it extends to others.Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

Charity – the Jewish ethical practice

The concepts of charity put in practice by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, and Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) are very specific and are based on specific Jewish ethical practices. The contributions of the Fellowship are significant in the field of charity. Online IFCJ reviews are quite impressive and instigating for those who have flair for charitable activities. There’s too much to know about this Fellowship in online reviews.

Learning ethics of Jewish charity

The works of Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein also highlight contribution of Jewish community in the field of charity. You can read Aruch HaShulchan, Aruch HaShulchan he'Atid, Or li-Yesharim, Mical ha-Mayim, and Leil Shimurim to get insight into the charitable activities and believe it, these are convincing. Rabbi Eckstein did great efforts in this field for which he is remembered among worldwide Christian and Jewish communities today. You can also learn from ethics of Yechiel Eckstein.