Tu BiShvat is a day of reflection and spiritual connection. On this date, which marks the start of the New Year of Trees, we are invited to deepen our relationship with nature and the spiritual world. Through rituals like planting trees and eating fruits, this day represents a moment of rejuvenation and personal transformation.
In the forest’s heart, where sunlight dances with shadows, lies the soul of nature. Its ancient whispers speak universe’s secrets, and every leaf and stone is a portal to hidden, magical, and eternal worlds.
Climate change, as narrated by a grandfather, reveals a world where nature responds with fury: storms, volcanoes, and earthquakes. We unravel the complexity of these natural phenomena, highlighting how climate change, driven by human activities, has exacerbated their intensity.