Watch out! You could be putting your livelihood at risk.
Here we mention some of the causes by which the support of the person can be diminished.
"Hashem's blessing is what makes rich" (Proverbs 10,22) "L
a a negligent hand impoverishes, but the hand of the diligent enriches " (Prov. 10,4)
"Hashem will not let the righteous go hungry" (Prov. 10,3)
One of the basic principles in Judaism and especially of Emuna (Complete Faith in the Creator) is that the Eternal judges the person measure by measure.
For this reason, when we judge others favorably, we are also judged favorably from heaven. But when the person only looks for the negative in others and thinks the worst of them, judging them in an unfavorable way, then, likewise, from Heaven that person is judged in an unfavorable way and he is declared guilty in the Divine and Hashem judgment. He punishes him by reducing his livelihood.
This is how it is written: "He who does not judge others in a favorable way has his sustenance diminished" (Sefer HaMidot)
There are several reasons on which the sages rely to support this teaching, we will publish more information on this topic soon.
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