- Man Is A Tree - TuBShvat
- You may remember from Hebrew School... once a year you'd get a little bag with some raisins, dates, and carob (the hard, brown "fruit" sometimes known as boxer). And you'd collect money to plant trees in Israel. That was Tu B'Shvat. Of course, there's a deeper meaning behind the holiday, beyond that 13-year-old's view of Judaism!
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- The Ohr Somayach Tu B'Shvat Page
- Tu B'Shvat is the day of rejoicing over fruit, the more spiritual of foods, and a day of hope for man's ultimate restoration to his true greatness.
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- Tu B'Shvat - torah.org
- Tu B'Shvat: The 15th day of the month of
Shvat marks the beginning of the "new year" for trees. It is customary to plant trees and partake of the fruits of the land of Israel to mark the occasion.
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