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Tithing — Religious and Secular

Your money and your values can be friends.

photo: Kat Yukawa for Unsplash

We can take a page from someone’s book, and make it our own: in this case, the practice of tithing.

When my father had his first bit of pay in hand, so many years ago, he took one-tenth of it and gave it to his church. And with every paycheck following, through his entire life. In the Bible, it’s called “tithing,”…




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Alison Acheson

Alison Acheson

My latest book is a memoir, Dance Me to the End: Ten Months and Ten Days With ALS. My newsletter is on Substack: THE UNSCHOOL FOR WRITERS.

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