The two natures of Charity . . .

There is the act of charity that rescues an individual from the imminent and catastrophic. In doing so, it recognizes the value and dignity of humanity.

There is the act of charity that enables honor and self-sustainment. It, too, recognizes the value and dignity of humanity.

Any act that replaces or strips an individual of dignity, honor, and self-sustainment is not charity; it is enslavement.