Religious attitudes to rich and poor in British society

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Personal wealth
The money or valuables that a person has for themselves.
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Poverty
Lack of wealth to the extent that life is difficult not having even the basic needs of life.
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Compassion
Loving kindness; a desire to help because it is the right thing to do.
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Homelessness
The state of having no permanent place to live which would be classed as a home.
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Gambling
Placing money against the chance of something happening in order to win more money.
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Addiction
Being psychologically compelled to keep doing something.
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Lottery
The national gambling game in the UK, which aims to create new millionaires each week; a proportion of the profits are used charitably.
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Wealth
Money, goods or property that someone has; usually in abundance.
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Charity
Support given out of a sense of duty of compassion.
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Inheritance
Money, goods or property received from someone because of their death.
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Minimum wage
The lowest amount a company can legally pay to their workers per hour; it varies depending on age.
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Excessive 'fat cat' salary
A salary paid which is exceptionally high, often including seemingly unnecessary bonuses, often linked to business salaries.
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Lack of wealth to the extent that life is difficult not having even the basic needs of life.

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Poverty

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Loving kindness; a desire to help because it is the right thing to do.

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Card 4

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The state of having no permanent place to live which would be classed as a home.

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Card 5

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Placing money against the chance of something happening in order to win more money.

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