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Fruit Trees


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Cutting Down Fruit Trees Parshat Shoftim RankRankRankRankRankRank
The prohibition of cutting down fruit trees is stricter than the prohibition of destroying other objects of value. Since man is compared to a fruit tree, it is particularly harmful to destroy a tree, for the act unleashes negative spiritual energies.
A special mitzvah, which can be fulfilled only once a year, is to recite the berachah ("blessing" or prayer) made upon seeing a fruit tree in bloom: Blessed are you G-d our G-d, king of the universe, who left nothing lacking in His world, and created...
A closer look at a 3,300 year-old environmental protecttion law
As I mouth the words, I feel every fiber of my being rebelling. He has not made His world lacking? Not lacking in anything?
The Rains of Israel Chapter Ten, Part 2 RankRankRankRankRankRank
Kabbalah details the various supernal sources of rain in the Land of Israel.
Meet the New Year for the Trees.
Your innocent question is actually quite complicated. I'll try to make this as concise as possible -- so bear with me! First the biblical source (Leviticus 19:23-25): When you come to the Land and you plant any food tree, you shall surely block its fruit...
Tu B’Shevat The New Year for Trees
February 4, 2015
The Kabbalah of the Three Weeks: a buried seed of goodness, a 21-day almond wood, walls that protect and walls that imprison, the pregnant Tet, and a cosmic birth that puts history to rights.
“A righteous person will flourish like a date-palm, grow tall like a cedar in Lebanon.” (Psalms 92:13) There are two types of tzadikim (righteous people), and both are perfectly righteous. The difference between them is as follows: One is in a continuous...
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