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Tu B’shvat 5781 Audio
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Rabbi Hannah’s Thoughts During the Pandemic
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This year, in celebration of Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees, we invite you to step away from screens and take a walk amongst trees. If the ground’s not too wet and you have the right clothing or a blanket, consider laying down somewhere that is forested or sitting on a log. Just sit and be. We have prepared an AUDIO PROGRAM to accompany you which you can download and take along – 15 minutes of poems and teachings to listen to out of doors, pausing after each text to drink in your surroundings. Rabbi Hannah, Alexis Kellum Creer and Martin Gotfrit hope you enjoy this beautifully wrought offering now and in time to come.
In 5781, Tu B’Shvat falls on January 28. Our tradition holds that from that day onward, Spring is springing forth!
An invitation from Carmel (pronouns: she/her): At the ripe old age of 27, I learned to bake my first challah. My teacher was none other than the late Robbie McConnell, former Publisher of the Montreal Gazette. Using his recipe as the foundation for my challah, join me in adding kabocha (Japanese pumpkin), courtesy of the one and only Kristin Eriko Posner of Nourish Co., and a splash of 100% “True North strong and free” maple syrup!
Register here by January 29 at noon to receive the recipe and ingredient list, and to receive the Zoom link.
All are welcome! Join via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 883 5053 1867