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The Taste of the Fruits of IsraelThe Taste of the Fruits of Israel
Throughout the years of the Jewish exile, the day of Tu B’Shvat falling in the midst of the winter season served as a heartening reminder of our unbreakable connection to our land.
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    The Halachot of Tu Bishvat
    The laws and aspects of the day of Tu Bishvat. A translated Shiur of Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu ZT"L.
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    Because Man is the tree of the field
    T"U BiSHVAT is the New Year of trees, The roots of the tree have already become satisfied from the water which came from below, and the tree-top’s leaves start to sprout
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    Is papaya a tree?
    we are going to discuss an aspect of Tu Bishvat this week. For those who want to read more about the holiday themes of Tu Bishvat, you can check on RabbiKaganoff.com under the search words orlah or fourth year .
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    The Bond Between the Jewish People and Eretz Yisrael
    Tu BiShvat is the "New Year" of the fruit trees. Each year, on this day, we customarily eat those fruits for which the Torah praises Eretz Yisrael.
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    Two Loves for Eretz Yisrael
    There are those who appreciate the land for its material benefits. The second list contains oil-olive, symbolizing knowledge, and the honey-date, representing material contentment.
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    Tu BiShvat - Clinging to God
    The act of planting of fruit trees in the Land of Israel,is a way of clinging to God and walking in His ways.
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    Tu B'shvat calls you to GROW!
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    Bug-Free Tu B'Shevat
    According to Rav Moshe Vaye’s sefer Bedikas HaMazon
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