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Eat to Live or Live to Eat?

Life Lessons from Parshat Behar

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Eat to Live or Live to Eat?: Life Lessons from Parshat Behar

The Torah specifically links the mitzvah of resting on the Sabbatical year to Mount Sinai. This demonstrates a powerful lesson in the proper approach to work and higher living.
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Behar-Bechukotai, Career; Earning a Living, Shabbat, Behar, Shemittah

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Malachi H Denver May 22, 2016

I feel the way. Dead on the nail. Great snippet! Shalom, Rav Reply

David Levant Emerson,NJ May 12, 2014

Coffee for the tribes Double the size of the coffee urn and add six pourers. The coffee will flow faster and fresher. The pourers should be universal, not a specific one for each tribe. Now that your coffee has been produced at a double portion,everyday can be treated as shabbos.Just as you plant for six years,the harvests will be so abundant the land rests on the seventh year.G-D will provide the water. Reply

Orrin Kingston, Ontario May 9, 2014

Gd determines how much money we will make? I'd like to see the evidence for that. But that's okay...that's not the point of this wonderful shiur.
Many thanks to all those who made it available. Reply

moshe brodetzky TORAzana May 8, 2014

Dear Rabbi - if I was there with you / in front of you / you would have heard me at the end roaring / reverberating AAAAA mmmmEN from me your devoted mistnaged Reply

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