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Tu B'shvat: From One New Year to Another

January 14, 2014 | by Rabbi Uri Kestenbaum

The laws of physics can teach us how to maintain our desire to grow and reconnect to the power of the Jewish New Year.

How do we continue the upward trend that we started at the beginning of the year, Rosh Hashanah time? Especially during the winter when we feel like climbing into bed and staying under the covers. How do we motivate ourselves to grow? Uri Kestenbaum, author of the newly released book, The Deeper Meaning, explains how we can use the laws of physics to tackle the issue and bring some warmth into our winter.

Have a great Tu B'Shvat!

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