A chassidic story describes a very poor rabbi who saved all his money to buy an ethrog (a ritual fruit, very expensive) for the holyday of Sukkot. On his way to get it he met a poor wagondriver whose emaciated horse had just died. The rabbi gave him all his savings to buy a new horse, so the wagondrivers family would not starve. When the rabbi came home and people asked him about his ethrog, he answered: This year I make a blessing over a horse, not over an ethrog. I have a lot of paintings with Chassidic stories.