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I’m Thinking of Spring

Posted by Rabbi Ron Symons on January 24, 2016

Even as we dig our way out of our first (and hopefully last) major snow storm of the winter, I am thinking about SPRING.

After all, Tu biShvat begins on Sunday, January 24 at sundown.

If you have cabin fever and want to bring spring into your world, might I suggest three things:

  1. Plant a tree in Israel!  No need to wait for your next trip, just click here to find out all of the details.
  2. Learn more about Tu biShvat by reading the short 2 page description I have attached.  Just click here: Tu BiShvat
  3. Discover 10 creative ways to celebrate Tu biShvat right here in Pittsburgh.  Just click here.

However you do it, I hope that this Tu biShvat melts a way a bit of the winter.

Chag Sameach.  Happy Holiday.

As always, I welcome your conversation at [email protected]

Ron

 

Image found at http://fineartamerica.com/featured/spring-trees-joyce-sherwin.html

 

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