Judaism: concern for others
Gemilut Hasadim means ‘the giving of loving-kindness’ and applies to all types of charitable works. It is a mitzvah (commandment) that an individual completes gemilut hasadim without expecting anything in return.
The Talmud teaches that the giving of gemilut hasadim is more important than tzedaka for three reasons:
There are many examples of Jewish charitable organisations including: Jewish Care, Norwood, and Tzedek.
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