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Every year, we celebrate the strange Jewish tree holiday of Tu B’Shvat – according to the Talmud, it’s a birthday for all of the trees born in the previous year. And not just a birthday – it’s really a “new year” for the trees. How odd is that?
In this video, Imu Shalev breaks down this strange tree holiday to uncover what Tu B’Shvat really means to us today. Join his journey, as he discovers how Tu B’Shvat is actually all about gratitude to our Creator, for the fruits of the trees.
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