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One pink blooms Jesus banner Liken to an Almond Tree bloom These pink/white almond bloom banners represent an Ending to something and a New Beginning to something. We are taking these to Jackson on Dec 1-The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Dec. 1 in the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which has the potential to pose a serious challenge to Roe v. Wade. Wouldn't that be something if we could see the ending of abortion as we know it in America -- and coming through Mississippi-- wow! Whahoo!! Info: These trees always bloom the first in Israel and is a wonderful reminder that the winter is about to come to an end. One has to really pay attention to see the glorious white/pink almond blossoms though. They blossom only for a short time. One blink and they are gone until next year. This early flowering of the almond tree is also the reason why it is connected with Tu b'shvat, the Jewish holiday that celebrates trees' yearly birthdays. It takes place around late winter or very early spring. Though each year is a bit different. This year, with our long and rainy winter, it felt as though Tu b'shvat came too early. And yes here in Israel we have a special date to mark the passing of the year for trees. Though nobody bakes a birthday cake for the trees or anything...:( You can read here a bit more about Tu b'shevat. The old Jewish rabbis decided on Tu b'shvat as the date for marking trees birthdays because that is when the 'sap rises back into the trees' after the winter. The almond tree is definitely a visual representation of the sap rising back into the trees because of flowers before all the other trees. The flowers also appear before the tree's new leaves. I go from Site: a letter from Israel.com

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