Jewish Holidays TORAH STUDIES: טו בשבט Tu-B’Shevat Select Section Shiurim language english 24JEWISH ALERTS large selection videos and feeds in each section

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 Rav Dov Bigon

Skulener Rebbe Tu B’Shvat Tisch In Boro Park 1

10.02.2009
Skulener Rebbe Tu B’Shvat Tisch In Boro Park 2009

A Weekly Question of Halacha – “A Myth About Tu Bishvat”

24.01.2013
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What is Tu B’Shevat?

02.02.2012
Rabbi Andrew Shaw, Director of US Living and Learning and Community Development Rabbi at Stanmore and Canons Park United Synagogue talks to us about the festival of Tu B’Shevat.

Implications of the Tu bShvat Seder

08.02.2009
Implications of the Tu B’Shvat Seder. WebYeshiva is the world’s first online Yeshiva and Midrasha. To learn more about WebYeshiva please visit our website at http://www.webyeshiva.org. You can also sign-up for a free 14-Day trial to WebYeshiva at http://www.webyeshiva.org/student/reg….

The Laws of Tu B’Shvat

08.02.2009
The Laws of Tu B’Shvat. WebYeshiva is the world’s first online Yeshiva and Midrasha. To learn more about WebYeshiva please visit our website at http://www.webyeshiva.org. You can also sign-up for a free 14-Day trial to WebYeshiva at http://www.webyeshiva.org/student/reg….

Tu B’Shvat Seder.wmv

06.02.2012
B”H The Jewish Agency Shichim put on a wonderful Tu B’Shvat Seder at the BAYT in Toronto. The good souls succeeded in bringing the beauty of Israeli song and culture to the Jewish community of Toronto.

Video by Ezra Ridgley

Tu B’Shevat Seder in Jerusalem

16.01.2011
Rabbi Shalom Gold, Rabbi Fishel Todd and Rabbi Don Channen of Pirchei Shoshanim host the Tu B’Shevat Seder in Jerusalem

Despite the fact that Tu B’ Shevat is discussed in both the Mishna and Gemara there is
very little information available about the Holiday as well as not having a well defined
structure to follow it. In the mid 1500’s the students of the Ari, Rabbi Isaac Luria
Ashkenazi Zt’l formulated a special Tu B’Shevat Seder that was set up along the lines of
the Pesach (Passover) Seder. They wrote a brief pamphlet entitled the Pri Eitz Hadar
which offers us a structure that provides a positive and enjoyable way to celebrate this
spiritual and meaningful holiday. This is the first stage of the countdown to Pesach which is in
exactly 60 days from tonight.
The Seder is broken down into 4 sequences. In the beginning of each sequence
wine is poured which we do not drink until the end of the sequence. After the
conclusion of the entire Seder a festive meal is served accompanied by music, song and
the feeling of the joy of life while enjoying the wine and good food. White table cloths
are placed on the tables with candles lighting up the room. One should dress up in
their Shabbos clothes. Incense, preferably myrtle, which is taken during Succos, is placed
on the tables as well as many flowers which are used to decorate the tables and give the
air a pleasant fragrance. Your finest drinking vessels should be used as each participant
will be drinking four glasses of wine or grape juice. The size of the glasses will
determine how much wine will be needed. You will need an equal amount of Bottles of
White and Red wine. A full wine glass (regular size). Figure 1 Bottle per person (½
Bottle Red and ½ Bottle White). If you use shot glasses then figure each bottle will be
ample for 4-6 people.

Tu B’Shvat’s Blessings

19.01.2011
A short message to bring a little Jewish teaching into your life and help you prepare for Shabbat

Issues Of Faith – Rebirth & Return

07.02.2013
“This Programme explores the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana and its connection to the festival of Tu B’Shevat, which is the New Year of trees, highlighting the need for rebirth in humans, as well as the environment.”

Hillel Faerman Rosh Yeshiva Tsama Nafshi on Tu B’shvat

28.01.2013

Seed and Tree: How to Plant Eternity

2/8/2012 – Tu B’Shevat What mark will you leave on the universe? As mortal creatures and temporal beings can we ever hope to …

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