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Tu B'Shevat Essays

Tu B'Shevat Essays

The mystical teachings of the Torah offer profound insights on the deeper nature of Tu B'Shevat

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Why celebrate trees when nothing is growing?
I live in Connecticut, and all I see this time of the year is snow and bare branches. What's the point of celebrating the "New Year for Trees" in January?
Thought you knew how many tribes there are? How many heads a shin has? Or that you've mastered basic addition? Rabbi Levi Yitzchak shows us deeper insights into these seemingly simple ideas . . . and so much more!
Tu B'Shvat: a Mystical Interpretation
The Kabbalists teach that with the simple act of eating fruit on Tu B'Shvat we "rectify" the sin of Adam and Eve. To understand the dynamics of this cosmic repair, we most first explore the mystic significance of pleasure...
Ecology is a highly practical branch of science: nothing could be more “down to earth” than preservation of the planet. Yet there is a facet of ecological awareness that is often overlooked: the spiritual dimension.
Insights Into Tu B'Shevat
Where does the Jewish obsession with food come from? Actually, there are some deep spiritual roots to the Jewish obsession with food- what, how, and when it should be consumed...
A Tu B'Shevat Lesson
Tu B'Shevat is the day when the sap begins to rise through the tree. In other words, we can't see the fruit yet, but we are celebrating the process of growth itself...
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