There’s a commandment to leave the final edge of a field for the Jewish poor: And when you reap your land’s harvest, you shall not finish off the edge of your field…Hebrew distinguishes between you singular and you plural. This verse switches from one to the other. Whereas the your of your land’s harvest is in the plural, the your of your field is in the singular. This commandment and linguistic switch demonstrate, explains Rabbi Hirsch, that every part of the land of Israel is connected to every Jewish person. No single person wholly owns any part of it, and no individual can withdraw from it.