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The thought of not giving doesn’t negate the thought of giving the tzedakah. However if the thought of giving was not a real decision, rather a fleeting thought, then that would not be binding to obligate you to give.

Best wishes when is a thought considered a machshovah and when is it considered a fleeing thought?




It is a machshova when it was a concrete decision, you decided you are going to give this person money, but not if the idea entered your mind and for a second you thought “I should give him”, and then a fw seconds later you changed your mind.

Best wishes

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