Linda Eisenberg: To share with everyone else — it’s important for us to give back to the community.
Tim Thayne: It’s an outward orientation, where you’re more focused on others than you are on yourself. And it’s counterculture these days.
Yehuda Hakkakian & Meir Mintz: “Sheli shelach v’shelcha shelach.” What’s mine is yours, and what’s yours is yours. … It’s characteristic of a righteous, selfless person.
Learn about one selfless family in “Remembering The Humanitarian Project That Time Forgot.”
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