Join Live at 9:00 PM ET: An online farbrengen will be held in honor of Tu B’Shevat with Rabbi Moshe Feller, head shliach to the Upper Midwest, hosted by Online Smicha.
An online farbrengen will be held tonight, Wednesday, in honor of the 15th day of Shevat, the Rosh Hashana for trees, hosted by Online Smicha.
The farbrengen will be led by Rabbi Moshe Feller, head shliach to the Upper Midwest. Rabbi Feller will relate some of his memories by the Rebbe and some of the teaching of Chassidus regarding the auspicious day of Tu B’Shevat.
Tonight, Wednesday, 14 Shevat, January 27th at 9:00 PM ET.
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Meeting ID: 811 6473 3498
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I noticed you call it Tu bshevat but as far as I know the Rebbe called it by it’s name Chamisha Aser Bshevat and the reason I thought was because of the modern(zionistic) connotation
I believe the Rebbe specifically said to call the day ‘chamisha asar bishvat’ as opposed to the (zionistic?) name ‘tu bishvat’.