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==The importance of earning a living==
 
==The importance of earning a living==
 
# Regardless of a person's stature, everyone must toil for their living. This was a result of Adam's sin and the subsequent curse put on mankind.<ref>Bereshit 3:19, Pesachim 118a</ref>
 
# Regardless of a person's stature, everyone must toil for their living. This was a result of Adam's sin and the subsequent curse put on mankind.<ref>Bereshit 3:19, Pesachim 118a</ref>
# It is better to resort to embarrassing work in public than to rely on gifts from people for one's living.<REF>{{NoSource}}</REF>
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# It is better to resort to embarrassing work in public than to rely on gifts from people for one's living.<REF>Pesachim 113a</REF>
 
==Learning a trade and/or craft==
 
==Learning a trade and/or craft==
 
#G-d implanted within every human being a desire and ability to succeed within a certain activity. This was done so the world would not lack anything. Therefore, it is one's obligation to seek out his/her talent(s) in order to benefit the world and thereby earn their sustenance. One who fails to do so forgoes a world of pleasure and will have to answer why they didn't partake in their talents. <REF>{{NoSource}}</REF>
 
#G-d implanted within every human being a desire and ability to succeed within a certain activity. This was done so the world would not lack anything. Therefore, it is one's obligation to seek out his/her talent(s) in order to benefit the world and thereby earn their sustenance. One who fails to do so forgoes a world of pleasure and will have to answer why they didn't partake in their talents. <REF>{{NoSource}}</REF>
 
# A man must learn a trade and/or craft as well as teach his son a trade and/or craft in order to prevent his son(and himself) from theivery. <ref>Kiddushin 29a, 30b, Makot 8b</ref>
 
# A man must learn a trade and/or craft as well as teach his son a trade and/or craft in order to prevent his son(and himself) from theivery. <ref>Kiddushin 29a, 30b, Makot 8b</ref>
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# One must love work.
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
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Revision as of 09:03, 3 May 2013

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The importance of earning a living

  1. Regardless of a person's stature, everyone must toil for their living. This was a result of Adam's sin and the subsequent curse put on mankind.[1]
  2. It is better to resort to embarrassing work in public than to rely on gifts from people for one's living.[2]

Learning a trade and/or craft

  1. G-d implanted within every human being a desire and ability to succeed within a certain activity. This was done so the world would not lack anything. Therefore, it is one's obligation to seek out his/her talent(s) in order to benefit the world and thereby earn their sustenance. One who fails to do so forgoes a world of pleasure and will have to answer why they didn't partake in their talents. [3]
  2. A man must learn a trade and/or craft as well as teach his son a trade and/or craft in order to prevent his son(and himself) from theivery. [4]
  3. One must love work.

Sources

  1. Bereshit 3:19, Pesachim 118a
  2. Pesachim 113a
  3. EVERY HALACHA ON HALACHIPEDIA STRICTLY REQUIRES A SOURCE. PLEASE ADD SOURCE HERE, OTHERWISE THIS HALACHA WILL BE REMOVED.
  4. Kiddushin 29a, 30b, Makot 8b