“…in Bechukotai from Leviticus 26:3 and 26:14 we read simply that if God’s laws concerning the land are followed then there will be “rains in their season the earth shall yield its produce and the trees of the field their fruit,” but if they do not “you shall sow your seed to no purpose, for your enemies shall eat it.” This phrase has meaning beyond the literal concern about how we plant our seeds. It represents a metaphor for justice and karma; namely, if we don’t take care of our community and our world, then one day they will not be in existence.

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