A Chassid In The Workplace Asks For Advice - Part 2
Received via e-mail from a reader:
People in my office are passing around a card and collecting money to purchase a wedding gift for our boss. Knowing that my non-Jewish boss is getting married to a Jewish woman creates a real dilemma for me. If I sign the card and contribute money for his wedding gift could this be interpreted to mean that I agree with intermarriage?
On the other hand, if I don't contribute is it possible that co-workers will not understand my rationale and view my actions as the actions of a stingy, intolerant Jew and thereby create a chillul Hashem?