Tu Bishvat marks the beginning of a New Year for trees. During this season, trees, quiescent during the winter, start a new fruit-bearing cycle. Rabbi Batshir and Maggid Jhos will provide us with a fun and informative chat bringing this holiday alive for you in a new and relevant way.It is believed that originally Tu BiShvat was an agricultural festival, marking the emergence of spring and including eating from the trees that produce nuts, figs, olives, pomegranates and dates. Fruit trees were awarded special status in the Torah because of their importance in sustaining life and as a symbol of God’s divine favor.
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