Abraham planted an “eshel” א-ש-ל tree which Jewish tradition describes as an acronym for the practice of open-armed hospitality developed by our father Abraham. א stands for “orchim” (guests), ש is “shotim” (refreshments), and ל is “levaya” (escorting his guests). Thousands of years later, it is incumbent upon us as the descendants of Abraham, to carry on his legacy by beautifying the Holy Land with flourishing greenery.
A recent video from the Temple Institute concluded unequivocally that the Third Temple will not simply descend from Heaven, begging the question ‘Why don’t Jews begin building today?’ The man in charge of organizing the Third Temple construction thinks he knows what it will take to jump-start the process.
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On the eve of Tu B’Shvat (the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Sh’vat) Rabbi Tuly and his family joined hundreds of others planting trees in the Land of Israel to beautify the land and bring prophecy to life!