51. Rain is given in the merit of individuals, and income is given in the merit of the many. But an individual whose merit is great is considered like the many.
52. Through the kiddush made over wine, rain comes, and his prayers are heard.
53. One who keeps his father's Torah scroll in his house merits wealth.
54. Rain comes in the merit of one man, one field and one blade of grass, and in the merit of the land, and kindness, and suffering.
55. The rains are withheld due to idol worship, and because of promiscuity, and due to a Tzaddik who was not eulogized according to law (i.e. befittingly), and due to those who diminish the income of others.