Tu B’Shvat and the Jewish People
The sky is still gloomy, a few shafts of sunlight pierce through the thick veil of clouds, the winter has passed its peak, and suddenly Tu B'Shvat arrives, heralding the first signs of spring
Tu B’Shvat: The Holiday of Trees
What lies behind the word shaked (almond), what is the difference between the almond tree and other deciduous fruit trees? What is the meaning of the verse that a man is “a tree of the field”? Rabbi Eitan Zinner enlightens us about Tu B'Shvat
Tu B’Shvat in the Modern Age
Does a tree and flower still have a message for a high-tech expert armed with a mobile phone, a laptop computer and the latest-model car equipped with all the latest gadgets?
Highlights from Hidabroot's Tu B'Shvat Women's Day of Empowerment
Highlights from Hidabroot's Tu B'Shvat Women's Day of Empowerment Tuesday, Jan. 30 2018, Bais Yisrael Hall, Jerusalem
Photo Album of Fruit Blossoms in Honor of Tu BeShvat
Blossoms have a special unique beauty that we can appreciate on Tu Beshvat
See Beautiful Trees In Honor of Tu B'Shvat
Comtemplate on G-d's gift to us, the trees
Dried Fruit on Tu Beshvat, Are They as Good for Us as We Believe?
What should you have instead?
Buying Dried Fruit for Tu-Beshvat? Keep an Eye Out for These 4 Things!
All you wanted to know about buying (dried) fruit.
Tu B'Shvat - Miracles of Nature
The 'New Year' of the trees is the fifteenth day of the month of Shvat, more famously known as 'Tu B'Shvat'. Why is there no similar concept commemorating the 'birthday' of vegetables?
Tu B’Shevat - Keepers of the Garden
What is the purpose of Tu B'Shevat? Rabbi Trugman on the message of this meaningful day.
Tu B’Shvat Seder
What is the practical significance of the Fifteenth Day of Shevat? Why is the human being compared to trees in Jewish sources? Join Ohr Sameach in an uplifting and inspiring Tu B'Shevat party