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The Charitable Deeds Act 23 October 1741

There are two types of charitable giving, good and evil.

A. Evil charity

First, about evil. When a Christian rich person, maybe a multi billionaire gives, he or she gives
from an evil calculating mind. He knows with certainty that he does not need, cannot ever use $40 billion.
So, he calculates, maybe he sets up a foundation to also avoid taxes, maybe he tries to get some
publicity to bolster his pride (evil) and tell the world how wonderful he is, maybe he wants to earn a place in heaven
such are some of his calculations.
But always he gives something of zero value to himself: eg money he cannot possibly ever benefit from.
The reality is that he gives nothing.
But, the reality is worse than that.
I give to each feeling being what he or she needs to bring love into his or her life.
Interfering in this persons progress is evil.
Further, he or she becomes a thief, accepting something and giving nothing back.
Both the recipient and the giver suffer for their evil doing.

B. Good charitable giving

In the past, a typical Indian family was not rich in the sense of having surplus belongings to his needs.
He was of course much richer than anyone today, in that he had superb accomodation, food,
sex, surroundings, happiness also for those in Tamil Nadu.
When a stranger in need came to his house, he gave not from his mind but from his heart.
And he gave not what was surplus to his requirements, he did not have any surplus, but things, food, etc.
that he and his beloved family needed.If necessary, he would starve, as would his family.
This is good charitable giving.
Now you may ask, but surely the recipient was a thief, not giving anything in return.
This was not true in those days, pre 1969 or so.
The recipients were also good people, with love in their hearts.
They gave boons, such as 'may you always be happy' or 'I bless you with a wonderful boy', mostly these two boons
sometimes with other variants.
Now, these boons cost them. According to how good you are or have been, only so many boons can you give or keep for yourself.
This is standard Indian tradition and knowledge. For example, suppose that there was a famine and they had
given away all their boons, they would starve. Or, when they were next hungry,
they would not visit you if they had nothing to give.People were honest and not thieves.
But, both the householder and the visitor did not expect anything in return.
They would give something of value, like a lovely boy, and whether they were fed or not was not calculated.
And the householder, if he had no food or water to give, might offer his wife, or would refuse any boon.
He would not steal.

C. Giving today

Next, about good giving today.
It is almost not possible. The recipients are evil. They want to steal. If you give, they simply take, giving nothing whatsoever back.
If you give anything you are simply encouraging crime and will suffer for the amount of crime you are responsible for.

If someone is in pain on the street, you just let them be.
If someone is being raped or beaten up, you just let it happen.

This is My world and you should not interfere in what is not your business.

D. Two good people

But, it is possible between two good people.
For example, a woman might have been bad and earned herself a lot of pain.
But, she may have reformed herself into being good. Being good she is not a thief.
So, for example, you being good can offer her a boon, eg 5 fewer hours of crucifiction pain.
And, she not being a thief, will then perhaps offer you something that she values, like her body mind and soul,
maybe a gift with conditions or a partial gift, not as valuable as a full gift.
Or, she could offer you food, if she is rich, or free cleaning services if she does not owe her time to anyone for past wrong doing.
But, of course, this gift of 5 fewer crucifiction hours from you to her will come at a cost to you,
eg 5 more crucifiction hours for you, or something equally costly.
Of course in the above, it can be exactly the other way around, the woman offering you a boon and
you giving something of value to yourself back to her.

E. Exchange

And, exchange is possible between any two people, good or bad.
For example, if a woman surrenders her body to you,
then you owe her something of equal value and cost to yourself.
You owe her for example your body, food, clothes, pleasure...
The more valuable is her body compared with yours, the more other things you need to give.
The prices of your and her body are given in Call Girls and Hard Men, prices, details

About pleasure, if you are giving this to her,then for that time you are not receiving pleasure and
therefore there is a cost to you.
If her body is valuable and she gives you more pleasure than you give her, then you will pay in pain.
Hence the giving of boons is not appropriate in marital situations, it is automatic.

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