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Charity means voluntarily helping those in need as a humanitarian act by giving money, goods  etc., to the poor and needy either directly or by means of a Trust or Organization. Most forms of charity are concerned with providing basic necessities such as food, water, clothing, health care, shelter, education etc., Charity  further means sharing  what we have earned honestly and ethically with others. It is praised as a greatest virtue in Hindu Dharma. Real happiness results from giving and not from receiving.  It is our Dharma to give charity and serve the poor and needy in any way possible. 
In Bhagavath Githa Lord Krishna, in Chapter 17 versus  20, 21 and 22 taught us about what Charity means: 20:-     datayam iti yad danam diyate  nupakarine             deshe kale cha patre cha tad danam  satvikam   smritam. Charity given to a worthy person simply because it is right to give without expecting in return, at the proper time and place it is stated to be satvic in  nature.
21:-    yat tu pr…


Mascharya is a feeling of jealousy when someone else gets ahead of us. It is a state of intolerance born by seeing good qualities in others. It is a strong emotion that can break any strong relationship. A feeling of unhappiness and anger because some one has something which you cannot possess or someone that you want. It is all about not accepting good qualities in others and is  one of the six bad vices.  Mascharya(jealousy ) is a form of hatred built upon insecurity and is classified as a mental disease. 
God does not like people having jealousy in their minds.  Arjuna became dearer to Lord Srikrishna, as the former is devoid of Mascharya(jealousy). In Bhagavat Gjitha  Chapter 9 Verse 1, Lord Srikrishna says to Arjuna as follows: idam tu te guhyatamam pravakshyamy                    anasuyave        Jnanam vijana sahitam  yat   jnatva                         mokshyase shubhat
Because you are not jealous I shall now explain to you the greatest of all secrets.        I shall explain this …

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