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Rebbetin Riddle Says...

Hay is for Horses!
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Once a Rabbi hired a horse and carriage to take him to a nearby town. On the way, the driver saw a field with fresh hay. He told the Rabbi, "Wait here, while I feed my horse. If you spot the owner, warn me."

As soon as the driver reached the field, the Rabbi shouted, "He's watching! He's watching!" The driver ran to the wagon, hitched his horse and quickly drove away. Finally, the wagon driver looked back to see if the owner was running after him, but no one was there!

"I don't see the farmer! So why did you tell me the owner is watching?" he asked the Rabbi.

"Because the true Owner is watching from Above. And He sees what you're doing, even if the one who farms the land doesn't!"

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