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Invitation to a Tu B’shvat Seder

Shalom,
I will be facilitating two Tu B’Shvat Seders using zoom:
One, for Israelis and UK residents, will be on Sunday, January 16, from 9 PM to 10:30 PM, Israeli time.
The other, for Americans, will be on Monday, January 17, from 1:30 PM to 3 PM, US eastern time.
I have  conducted many Tu Bishvat seders in the past, both in rooms with attendees and by Zoom.
The ten pages of source sheets that will be the basis of the Zoom seders will be screen shared. If yiou would like to see them before the Seder, please email me at VeggieRich@gmail.com.

If you wish to partake in the seder rituals, please have at least one of the following at hand: fruit or nuts that have an outer shell; fruit that have a pit; fruit with neither an outer shell nor a pit,  as well as some white grape juice or wine and some red grape juice or wine.
 If you prefer to attend the Seder without partaking in the rituals, that would be fine.
To receive the zoom link, please register here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSebo1wgRtgpSsZtJIMxj6Sz8Gxel1Te92pV7Fy3Np4wkNHG_g/viewform

Please feel free to share this message.
The zoom-link will be e-mailed closer to the events to those who register. 
If you would like to learn more about Tu Bishvat,, you might find some of my eight Tu Bishvat-related articles at the link below helpful.

https://jewcology.org/2021/01/my-eight-articles-related-to-tu-bishvat/


At a time when the world is approaching a climate catastrophe and other environmental threats, it is time to celebrate Tu Bishvat, the most environmental Jewish holiday, as if global survival matters, and to start treating Tu Bishvat as a Jewish Earth Day.
I look forward to seeing you at a Zoom seder.
Suggestions are very welcome.
KOL tuv,
Richard

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