Entrepreneurs' Tu B'Shvat Seder: The New Year of the Trees
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About the Event
In the 1600s, the Kabbalists (mystists) of the Israeli city of Tsfat came up with a seder - an ordered meal - bestowing upon the fruits and nuts of Israel a symbolic meaning. Eating Tu (15) fruits and nuts in a specific order with four corresponding cups of wine was to bring both humans and the world closer to spiritual perfection. They took this order from the four mystical worlds of creation: “All that is called in My Name, for My Glory, I have created it, I have formed it, and I have made it.” (Isaiah 43:7)
The act of creation in many ways resonates with the journey of the entrepreneur. Let’s see what we can learn about entrepreneurship and about ourselves by going through this special seder.
- General Admission$30$300$0
- FED Member Ticket$15$150$0