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Stuart Gathman9/28/1320:52
The Mosaic Law explicitly stated that any fruit or grain that falls to the ground during harvesting was not to be gathered, but left for the poor to glean. (And the landowner must allow them on his land to glean.)

In the love story of Ruth and Boaz (book of Ruth), Boaz instructs his harvesters to purposely drop grain for Ruth to glean, and tells her to follow immediately behind the harvesters (instead of waiting until they were done).

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