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Jewish

The New Year of Trees: Tu Bishvat (Deuteronomy 14:28-29)

It’s cold. It’s cold and it’s winter and tomorrow I fully expect to see frost on the ground. Rumours have been going around work that we’re expecting snow overnight. 371 more words

Christianity

Tu BiShvat / טו בשבט

Boker Tov – good morning – בֹּקֶר טוֹב

Tu BiShvat or Tu B’Shevat or Tu B’Shvat (Hebrew: ט״ו בשבט‎) is a minor Jewish holiday, occurring on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shevat. 103 more words

Jewish Renewal Tu BiShvat ReSources in brief

At NeoHasid, Rabbi David Seidenberg has shared a variety of Tu BiShvat resources. Particularly noteworthy are his Shmita Harachaman, a special blessing for this shmita (Sabbatical) year, and his… 149 more words

ReSources

Four Worlds, and the human as a tree: two-sided card for Tu BiShvat from Hazzan Shoshanna Brown

Hazzan Shoshanna Brown writes: I designed this 2-sided card some years ago for use at Tu biShvat Sedarim.  It can be laminated so that it lasts for years, through many drops of wine, etc.  47 more words

ReSources

Four Worlds Teachings for Tu BiShvat by Rabbis Waskow, Hyman, and Berman

The following are four teachings for the Four Worlds  that the kabbalists saw as the architecture of the universe (and that they embodied in four cups of wine of the Tu B’Shvat/ Yah B’Shvat Seder). 863 more words

General Interest

GF Jewish Momma's Tu B'shevat Sedar

The evening of February 3rd is the beginning of Tu B’shevat.  We are members of a reform temple and really try to attend services during the fun Jewish holidays. 255 more words

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