In the days when most of the Jewish people were in the diaspora, a beautiful tradition was created in the city of Zefath צְפַת -in Hebrew and continued with the zionist movemnet. I am speaking about the celebration
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of Tu-Bishvat – the beginning of the new year of the trees- Rosh Hashannah La-’ilan- רֹאשׁ הַשָּׁנָה לָאִילָן.
In those days, we are all preparing trees with our children for this celebration. Many parents sit with their children days and nights and create trees with balloons or trees with pictures or other objects in order to commemorate this important day. There are many options to celebrate this festival as it happens in other festivals. However, with all our efforts to create new traditions, we must remember and not forget where all started, and what the original meaning of Tu-Bishvat was for the people of Zefath and for the pioneers that planted trees before the establishment of the Jewish state.
I would like to offer you one way to remember this festival as it was. As a blogger, I have the opportunity to look for information that can help my readers to enjoy the Hebrew Language in all it’s beauty. Today I wish to share with you also something else. While I was looking for information about Seder Tu-Bishvat on the internet I have found an organization that mixes between the old and new- in Hebrew it’s sound so beautiful- yashan ( יָשָׁן ) and chadash) חָדָש).
What do I mean, dear friends?
The new is us dear friends- the people who live in a time when knowledge is spread everywhere and all we have to do in many cases is just to click a button and all will be revealed to us. In this way of living, many new traditions can be created for better or for worst. The old is the ceremony of Tu-Bishvat as it was celebrated. As you all will prefer to learn Hebrew from a teacher that spent many years from is life in Israel or with a community that speaks Hebrew (not just as the language of the prayers) – you would probably prefer to celebrate Tu-Bishvat in a way that will connect you to the origin, to the land of Israel.
This Tu-Bishvat, Plant Israel At Home™
Celebrate your connection to Israel as we wish Happy New Year to the trees!
Planting trees and flowers for Tu-Bishvat is an age-old Israeli pastime that is now celebrated all over the world.
Now you can take part in this special tradition by PLANTING ISRAEL AT HOME!
Plant Israel at home, in the garden, at the office – anywhere that will always remind you of our one and only Jewish state!
When the old and the new are united, many people around the world can enjoy the land of Israel with the help of this great organization!
The Israel Forever Foundation strives to make the personal relationship with Israel thrive through innovative programming that connects people all over the world with our one and only Jewish State. Their Virtual Citizen of Israel™ global community enables a transformation of the personal connection to Israel into a powerful and meaningful expression of unity for people of all political, religious, racial, or national allegiances.
Happy New Year, dear friends (and trees),