And even though Ben is not making any money from selling his vegetables…he’s still observing the Shmita year, all in honor of God’s will.
There’s a financial crisis Every Sabbatical year: This year primed to be mother of them all, Israeli economist warns
“This year may be a Jubilee year and we are primed for a global collapse. It’s not going to be pretty and people are going to need gold and silver to survive it. That’s going to be the only way to use money, to engage in commerce. I just hope we can all get through it. We also need a lot of faith in God.”
The reforms are being introduced during the dawn of Israel’s upcoming Sabbatical year which begins on Rosh Hashanah.
The Talmud is saying explicitly that the Messiah will come in the first year after the Shemitah.
Not only does the number 7 represent creation of the world itself, but it also relates to holidays, blessings, the Land of Israel, Jewish traditions and luck.
The grieving father took comfort in Rabbi Kanievsky’s words, Kooker wrote.
Many laws that have lain dormant for thousands of years have re-appeared in incarnations the Jewish sages could never have anticipated, like shmitta.
Are an uptick in violence on the Temple Mount, the end of the Shmitta, the final Blood Moon and the redemption of the Jewish people connected?
A top rabbi told a gathering at an event in Bnei Brak this week that, speaking in the name of Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, the arrival of the Messiah is close.
A tomato virus in the Negev is destroying entire tomato greenhouses. Since Rosh Hashanah eve there has been a shortage of some vegetables in Israel.