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Thursday, 18 November 2010 18:21

Yossele the holy miser

Written by riverton mussar

art-poorOnce a very rich man, Yossele, was considered a stingy, mean miser.  Everyone was sure that he shared his wealth with no one, never gave to anyone – ever.  Everyone in the ghetto where he lived knew how much he had and how he hoarded it, and everyone judged him for not doing something to help the suffering and need of the women and children and the elderly.  But he never made public donations...

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