Seeking Assistance

Seeking Assistance

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  • January 21, 2019

When seeking a person’s assistance, be it financial or otherwise, one may not mention that he knows of others who received similar assistance from this individual – unless the individual is known to appreciate the publicizing of that fact.

This rule is based on the concern that a person may not want his charitable acts to become public knowledge, as this could bring about an endless barrage of requests for his assistance. By mentioning his having made a contribution to a certain person, one reveals that the recipient shared the information with others – which may cause the donor to be upset with that recipient.

When reference to the recipient is made to bolster one’s own request and not to cause animosity, it is categorized as avak rechilus.

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