On Sunday night January 20th, 2019, we celebrate Tu B’shevat. It is the New Year for the trees and we connect to the Tree of Life through study and blessings on fruits of the earth and the trees.
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Shaul Youdkevitch – The month of Shevat – Aquarius
The Month of Shevat: A New Way of Looking at “Stuff” In Our Lives. Rav Pinson -הרב פינסאן שליט”א
On Friday night February 10th 2017, we celebrate Tu B’shevat. It is the New Year for the trees and we connect to the Tree of Life through study and blessings on fruits of the earth and the trees.
Tu Bishvat – in English
Link to Chabad with more explanation and blessing guide
Use the link above to visit the site to view and download Zohar Tu B’Shevat.
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