By the king’s order, they all shared in the wealth of the booty captured even though some of the men complained. David had ruled “Everything any of us have is a gift from Hashem.” He then ordered that everything be divided equally, even among those who had been too weak to cross the Nachal Besor. By doing so, he had established an important principle of tzedek.
Now-a-days the good besorah for the exhausted vacationer is: remain lingering as long as you like at Nachal Besor. The loveliness of Eretz Yisrael is the Almighty’s wonderful gift to us all.
The Besor Route is near Ofakim. Take Highway 40. The Besor Route is accessed from route 241, 5km west of Urim junction and it ends at the junction of Route 222.
About the Author: Originally from south Africa, Vardah has been living in Eretz Yisrael since 1974 and the more she learns about our glorious Holy Land the more she gets to love this prime property that Hashem has given to the Jewish People. She is studying to be a tour guide and hopes with the help of Hashem, through this column to give readers a small taste of the land.
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