Times Of Israel
May 7, 2014

This Rosh Hashanah will mark the beginning of a Shmita or Sabbatical year. According to the Torah – as featured in this week’s Torah reading, Behar – every seven years the land must be allowed to rest “a Sabbath for YHVH.” Working the land is forbidden; so is harvesting more than what you immediately need.

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