Why Shmita, the commandment to let Israel's farmland rest every seven years, is relevant even for today's urban Diaspora Jews.
We dwell on the land at God's pleasure, always on condition.
Your relationships with others can only be real if they rest on honest assumptions.
Letting go is hard work, but loosening our grip will ultimately make us feel freer.
The Jubilee year.
Behar: A resource for families.
Behar affirms that the land belongs to God, and the land must be permitted to observe its Sabbaths, too.
If we ignore God's will that we care for the earth now, we risk losing everything in the future.
Jeremiah purchases a field in Anathoth.
Learn more about the weekly Torah portion.