"Tu BiShvat seems to be a holiday of lesser significance, as if hidden among the more distinctive holidays. Its customs are simplistic and few: eating dried fruit and drinking wine while the children plant tree seeds.
However, according to its spiritual meaning, Tu BiShvat holds monumental importance among the Jewish holidays. It discusses a very important discernment on our path to a harmonious reality: the need to choose an environment, plant ourselves in it, invest in it, and care for the means that can grow us to become optimally connected."
Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman on the Holiday of Tu BiShvat