Tu BiShvat Torah
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Rav Yair Kahn Tu Bi-Shevat: The New Year for Trees As Tu Bi-Shevat – the "New Year for Trees" – approaches, let us study the significance of the date chosen for this minor festival – the 15th day of the month of Shevat. Holiday Packages
Harav Yaakov Medan The Almond Tree This article analyzes the significance of Moshe's rod, demonstrating that it came from an almond tree, and that the qualities typical of an almond tree also categorize the redemption from Egypt. Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Harav Aharon Lichtenstein "The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep" - Reading a Poem by Robert Frost A shiur for Tu Bishvat. It is easy to devote yourself to Torah if you are convinced that everything else is nonsense. Nonsense is easy to give up. But one who sees the beauty in God’s creation, who comes to love it, must be strong in order to devote himself to learning Torah. One must not divorce the world, but rather bear in mind one’s “lover’s quarrel with the world.” Tu BiShvat Torah
Rav Mordechai Breuer Four Beginnings to the Year Tu BiShvat Torah