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George Arnold Charity Quote on Dead

The living need charity more than the dead.

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The living need charity more than the dead Quote Meaning

In many culture and customs, charity is done for dead people to get good deeds. Dead people also includes all non-living things in this world such as temple, religion, caste, etc. However, we forget that charity is most need for individuals who are alive but disabled than dead who are completely disabled. Do you know How much money and effort are wasted in the name of religion?

Main Topic: Gratitude

Related Topics: Charity, Dead, Living, Need, Kindness

The living need charity more than the dead.

Author: George Arnold

Source: Book – Oxford Treasury of Sayings and Quotations By Susan Ratcliffe , Page 71 – The jolly old Pedagogue

Quotation Reference:

Thiruvalluvar on Thirukkural about hospitality

Don’t take your food in the dining room when guests are outside even if you eat ambrosia which prevents death.

A family who entertains his guests every day would never suffer from poverty.

When someone serves food to their guests and eat what is left, he need not sow seed in his land. Crops grow on their own and come to harvest in their fields.

One who does not entertain guests may feel suffering even with a lot of wealth.

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