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    PARASHAT BEHAR   The Torah portion begins with the laws of Shemitah, the Sabbatical year, where the Jewish people are commanded to not plant their fields or tend to them in the seventh year. Every 50th year is the Yovel, the Jubilee year, where agricultural activity is also proscribed. These two commandments fall into one […]

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    Saving for Shabbat By Lazer Gurkow “When you come into your land… the earth shall rest a Shabbat for G‑d. For six years you shall sow your land but the seventh year shall be…a Shabbat for G‑d” (Leviticus 25:2-4). This verse begins with a discussion of Shabbat, moves on to discuss the six years and then returns to […]

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