In what ways can acts of lovingkindness be done for the wealthy?
How can we add lovingkindness to our tzedakah?
What "action" is being discussed here?
How does this text relate to Jewish social justice?
How is repentance connected to good deeds?
What social justice themes emerge from this text?
In today's world there are millions of people who are slipping and millions more who have already fallen completely. Knowing this, how can we still utilize the wisdom of this text?
How do we identify those who are about to slip, and catch them before they do?
What are the values this text offers that are meant to guide "a person’s actions toward his neighbors and acquaintances, all of his commercial activity, and all social and political institutions"?
How are we, as a society, measuring up to Ramban's standards?