"Tu B'Shvat" Page
~Celebrated January 20th, 2011~
"Tu B'Shvat, the New Year for Trees, falls on the 15th of Shvat. Jewish tradition
marks the 15th of Shvat as the day when the sap in the trees begins to rise,
signaling the earth's awakening from its winter slumber, and heralding the beginning
of Spring. This mini-holiday is of major importance to our appreciation
of Nature and our relationship to it."
Virtual Jerusalem Judaism Channel
Torah.org's Tu B'Shvat Page
Learn how to: Celebrate Tu Bishvat
Tu B'Shvat Thoughts:
The significance of this holiday is to remind us of the end of winter and the
heralding in of Spring. There is even more significance for Christians because
Jesus talked about how winter and spring related to the end times. ~~~Annie
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Annie's Feasts of the Bible Page
Annie's End Times Page
Annie's Bible Study Reference Page
Annie's Church & Missions News Sources
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Annie's "Why do you have pages about Jewish Feasts?" Page
Annie's List of Feasts of the Bible Pages
NEW - Annie's "Jewish Calendar Dates for 5771" Page
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