B"H - Before planting my melon's seeds in the garden, I googled "how to grow melons" and found complicated procedures I decided not to follow. I just put the seeds in the soil in a row, watered them and that's it. A few short days later there was a line of sweet green seedlings coming up and growing like one third to half an inch daily, a surprisingly, incredibly strong progress I've never seen before. No wonder, the last time I was gardening was in hutz l'aretz, abroad, in the galut, in the diaspora. Here, on G-d's Holy Land, the melon knows it is grown by a Jew, and it performs accordingly: The melon knows Hashem better than many Jews, who don't do things according to His will.
This post brings us to the
Tree Weeks, a period ideal for tsuva, for repenting.
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