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Sabbatical and Jubilee Cycles

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Results 1-10 of 31 Sabbatical and Jubilee Cycles
Mundanity, holiness, and beyond -- a study of the spiritual significance of the Shemittah and Jubilee cycles
Shemitah A Year of Faith
The Shemitah (Sabbatical) Year -- its laws, traditions, and timeless messages.
Shemitah 101 The Sabbatical Year
The Shemitah basics -- absolution of loans, desisting from all field work, and the spiritual objective of all the above.
When is the next Sabbatical year, and how is this calculation computed?
The Convergance of Two Shabbats -- Part 1 18th of Elul, 5739 [1979]
By the Grace of G‑d Second Day of the Week of Nitzovim-Vayelech18th of Elul, 5739 Brooklyn, N.Y. To the Sons and Daughters of Our People Israel, Everywhere G‑d bless you all, Greeting and Blessing: Reflecting on the coming new year, and on the preparation...
It was in 1950, after we had completed our army service. At first we lived in tents, in the middle of a barren wilderness. At that time, there were not yet water pipes reaching our moshav. We had to content ourselves with what could be grown in dry rugged...
Six reasons for the Sabbatical Year: The soil, a macro-Shabbat, making up for six years of Shabbats, a lesson in faith and humility, unity, and liberation.
We are forever asking: What is the reason? What is the meaning? We ask this question of all commandments and all occurrences, even those we supposedly understand...
We can talk at great length about our faith in G-d; our trust in His absolute wisdom, goodness and beneficence. But do we put our money where our mouths are?
What is Judaism's economic system? Is there one? In promoting free enterprise, the Torah is clearly capitalistic. But it is a conditional capitalism, and certainly a compassionate capitalism.
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