I was wondering if there were any other phrases starting with "fruits of ......" like "fruits of labor" and "fruits of love"... The phrases can have different meanings but they need to start with "fruits of".
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Anything accruing, produced, or resulting from an action or effort, the operation of a cause, etc.
1849 Macaulay Hist. Eng. The produce of the soil far exceeded the value of all the other fruits of human industry.
1858 T. Carlyle Hist. Friedrich II of Prussia I. ii. vi. 119 His going on the Crusade..was partly the fruit of the life she led him.
As noted above in a comment, one can reap the fruit of many things.