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The 15 of Shevat marks the beginning of the "New Year for Trees."

Tu B'Shevat

Tu B'Shevat

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The Tree of Our Life
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The Tree of Our Life
The New Year of Trees has profound relevance in our lives. Discover what’s so special with trees in light of the kabbalah.
For Man is a Tree
The Talmud compares man to a fruit tree; what is the inner connection between the two?
Tu Beshvat
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Tu Beshvat
This class explains the special significance of Tu B’shvat – the New Year for the trees.
Go Tell It to the Horses
Wheat and barley are from the 'seven kinds' that are specifically attributed to the holy land; discover their deeper dimension as related in our service of G-d.
Potential vs. Actual
An in-depth analysis of the Talmudic discussion between the Schools of Hillel and Shamai relating to when is the New Year for Trees.
Rabbi Schapiro on Tu B’Shevat
The Four Jewish New Years
Tu B'Shevat
In addition to the regular Rosh Hashanah, the mishnah teaches that there are actually four different Rosh Hashanahs (New Years) on the Jewish calendar: the new year for kings, for festivals and for trees. (Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 36.)
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