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Torah Sparks is produced by the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Each week there will be a Dvar Torah - a discussion on some aspect of the reading, by CY faculty, alumni and friends; a Vort - a short thought from Chasidic rebbes or other thinkers about some point in the text; and Table Talk - questions to stimulate discussion on the Parsha around the Shabbat table. Please select the Parasha you would like to see - it will display articles from each year. Introduction to Maaser Sheni Introduction to Maaser Sheni According to rabbinic interpretation, Deuteronomy refers to a second tithe, a tithe that is separated after the first tithe has already been separated. These verses read: Deuteronomy 14 22 You shall set aside every year a tenth part of all the yield of your sowing that is brought from the field.

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Torah Sparks is produced by the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Each week there will be a Dvar Torah - a discussion on some aspect of the reading, by CY faculty, alumni and friends; a Vort - a short thought from Chasidic rebbes or other thinkers about some point in the text; and Table Talk - questions to stimulate discussion on the Parsha around the Shabbat table. Please select the Parasha you would like to see - it will display articles from each year.

Introduction to Maaser Sheni Introduction to Maaser Sheni According to rabbinic interpretation, Deuteronomy refers to a second tithe, a tithe that is separated after the first tithe has already been separated. These verses read: Deuteronomy 14 22 You shall set aside every year a tenth part of all the yield of your sowing that is brought from the field.

Wrap up the money and take it with you to the place that the LORD your God has chosen, 26 and spend the money on anything you want — cattle, sheep, wine, or other intoxicant, or anything you may desire. While the first tithe goes to the Levite, the second tithe stays in the possession of its owners.

The owners must take this tithe to Jerusalem and eat it there. There they can use the money to buy food products, either sacrifices or other foods.

According to Leviticus , when they redeem the produce for money, they must add an extra fifth to the value of the produce. This is the procedure in the first, second, fourth and fifth years of a seven-year sabbatical cycle. The rabbis interpreted Deuteronomy and Deuteronomy to refer to the poor tithe, which is separated in the third and sixth years of the cycle. Deuteronomy 14 28 Every third year you shall bring out the full tithe of your yield of that year, but leave it within your settlements.

The first tithe is given during all years of the cycle, except for the seventh year. Maaser Sheni also discusses the laws governing plants or vineyards in their fourth year. This topic is addressed in Leviticus Leviticus 19 23 When you enter the land and plant any tree for food, you shall regard its fruit as forbidden. Three years it shall be forbidden for you, not to be eaten.

The reason that this topic is dealt with in Tractate Maaser Sheni is that according to halakhah, like maaser sheni, the produce that grows in the fourth year is also brought to Jerusalem, or redeemed and the proceeds are brought to Jerusalem.

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First tithe

One may not anoint oneself with wine or with vinegar, but one may anoint oneself with oil. One may not spice oil of second tithe, nor may one buy spiced oil with second tithe money. But one may spice wine. If honey or spices fell into wine and improved its value, the improved value [is divided] according to the proportion. If fish was cooked with leek of second tithe and it improved in value, the improved value [is divided] according to the proportion. If dough of second tithe was baked and it improved in value, the whole improved value is second [tithe]. This is the general rule: whenever the improvement is recognizable the improved value [is divided] according to the proportion, but whenever the improved value is not recognizable the improved value belongs to the second [tithe].

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Rabban Shimon ben Gamaliel said: When does this apply? In the seventh year. The conscientious used to put down money and say: any fruit gathered from this vineyard may be exchanged for this money. Eilat to the south, Akrabat on the north, Lod to the west, and the Jordan [river] to the east. When produce increased, it was decreed that it can be redeemed even if the vineyard was close to the wall. And there was a stipulation on this matter, that whenever it was so desired, the arrangement would be restored as it had been before.

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