This week we read about the Mitzvah of this year - Shmita.
When looking at the Psukim, the Torah states that "the land will rest" - ושבתה הארץ שבת לה׳.
When thinking about this concept - of the land resting - you'd think that it means that the land will not do any work, meaning, the land will not grow any produce.
However, the Torah continues to say - that what the land grows, you can eat... So what is Shmita really about - is it about the land resting, or is it something else...?