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Tu B'Shevat

Tu B'Shevat: the fifteenth of Shevat, celebrated as “The New Year for Trees”

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February 4, 2015
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When’s the last time you wished a tree Happy New Year? The 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shevat is a great opportunity. It’s known as Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for Trees.
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Some grow as wheat of the field, in a single season breaking through the ground and ripening.
Actually, we don’t have to take it, exactly—we can share it with the kids.
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A brief guide to the four Jewish new years with focus on the New Year for Trees.
The custom of eating carob on Tu B'shvat, the New Year for Trees, is not cited in the Talmud or in the Code of Jewish Law, yet it is common in many communities. Our sages teach that the customs of the Jewish people are also Torah and have profound reasons...
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?
Trees don't talk, but they have a great deal to say. And one of the most amazing things a tree says is about survival
Did I grow towards the sun, reaching up higher and higher towards that which I can never grasp, but which nurtures me all the same the more I strive towards it?
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