“The more goods people acquire today, the more problems they have. They neither thank God for His benefactions, nor do they take notice of the misfortunes suffered by their fellowmen to offer their charity. They just squander everything they have and don’t give a second thought about the other man who doesn’t have something to eat. Then, how can the Grace of God come to them? Even if one is a family man, he ought to put something aside for charity. He can tell his family that there’s some sick and abandoned person or some poor family out there that needs help. Even if they don’t have money to offer, he can say, “Let’s give them one of our Christian books; we’ve got so many of them.” By giving to those in need, one does well both for himself and for his family.”
– ‘Family Life’