Plant Her Legacy in the Holy Land

by Yoni Schwartzman

The Sabbatical Year is rapidly approaching as we celebrate Mother’s Day today. Called the “Shmeetah” year in Hebrew, the Sabbatical Year comes once every 7 years and is a 12-month long celebration of the Land of Israel and its Creator. We celebrate by ‘resting’ from all manner of working fields, harvesting crops, and planting new forests. That is why time is of the essence for you to plant a lasting legacy in honor of your loved ones in Israel!
For as it says in Leviticus 25:4:

But in the seventh year the land shall have a Shabbat of complete rest, a Shabbat of Hashem: you shall not sow your field or prune your vineyard.”

That seventh year is nearly upon us; we need your help to plant as many trees as possible over the next few months before the Sabbatical begins and our tree planting must end. There is no better way to honor your mother than by ensuring her legacy in His chosen land, the Land of Israel. Planting a tree for the mother in your life is a beautiful way to honor them. It is a gift that will outlast us all; a testament to the love and affection between you and the one who raised you from birth.

Today is a well-deserved celebration for all the mothers who have raised their children and, by doing so, have inspired a legacy that will outlast us all. On this auspicious day, please think of the legacy you can grow for your parents or loved one by planting a tree in the Holy Land. Together, we can shape the future of the Promised Land. Together, we can fulfill thousand-year-old prophetic visions. CLICK HERE to seize this opportunity to honor your beloved mother with a legacy that will last forever before it is too late!

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