The word “Tzedakah” is most commonly translated as “charity,” although it is derived from the Hebrew work for righteousness, or justice.
In Judaism, giving to the poor is not considered a noble act—it is an obligation; an act of justice. This obligation, which includes giving to Jews and non-Jews alike, is considered most sacred when neither the donor nor the individual recipient is known.
7¼" H x 4½" W x 2"’ D
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