Have you ever wondered about some of the questions below?
- What was the classical Hebraic view on wealth creation?
- How and when did it form and how did develop through the ages?
- What is it today?
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- Dr. Tali Loewenthal has this to say about the Jewish view on wealth and prosperity:
In Jewish teaching‚ wealth is not the purpose‚ it is the means. The means to create the beautiful atmosphere of a Jewish home‚ with happy children and guests at one’s table. To be able to give: time‚ attention‚ love‚ Jewish education‚ charity. To be able to share with others in the community and play one’s part for the wellbeing of all.
- Corinne Sauer‚ author of Judaism‚ Markets‚ and Capitalism: Separating Myths from Reality‚ gives us this summary:
It is possible to posit five basic axioms of Jewish economic theory from which many economic policy implications can be deduced.
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