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The Talmud compares man to a fruit tree; what is the inner connection between the two?

Tu B’Shevat: For Man is a Tree

Tu B’Shevat: For Man is a Tree

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For Man is a Tree

The Talmud compares man to a fruit tree; what is the inner connection between the two?
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Nathan Dragoo louisville, ky February 9, 2009

tub'shevat I found this lecture to be qute splendid. I gained a better understanding of the verse about bringing up a child in the way. I thought it was in the way of the torah and you expounded it to be in his own way to find enjoyment in doing mitzvot. This is a great thing in my opinion. I hope to be a tree that will bring forth much good fruit. May peace be with you all. Reply

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