Hey Hadar did you know that this year Tu B’shevat falls on January 31. I have to work that day but we will celebrate after.
hay Amir,¨haw has the planning going for the The 15th of Shevat.¨ Did you know that your name means tree top.
Tu B’Shevat is the beginning of a new cycle for the tithe on fruit trees.While the temple is no longer standing, the principles that lie at the foundation of the practice of tithing are eternally relevant.According to Jewish tradition, “The earth is the Eternal’s and all that it holds”.According to the biblical tradition, this requires sharing the bounty of the land with those in need, allowing the land to rest during the sabbatical year.
My boss is making us work but we can throw the party when I get home.
OK that gives me a little time to work on the decorations a little more. We will have plenty of fruit. Plus the kids are rasing money to plant more trees.
hello, Ilan,would you like to donate to the tree planting for tu b´śhevat?
You bet, did yo know my name means tree in hebrew.
we chose this fruit tree so we could eat some of its tithes next year.
lets celebrate with some of the seven species endemic to the land of Israel.