Boruch Leff is a rebbe, an author of six books and a lecturer. Contact him at: email@example.com.
Rabbi Boruch Leff
I cringed inside every time my granddaughter called me Zaidy.
A healthy society needs boundaries and limits.
The laws of Shmita provide compelling evidence that a human being did not write the Torah.
I thought jury duty was going to be waste of time. Instead it changed my life.
Every Jew is part of Klal Yisrael, the Jewish nation.
Why Chanukah celebrates the miracle of the oil and not the miraculous military victory.
My father gave us the most important speech of his life.
Who would write such negative, detrimental, and destructive descriptions of the Jewish people?
Seeing versus hearing – which sense would you choose?
How could the Israelites worship the Golden Calf?
What you see is what you get.
We sit around being armchair presidents and prime ministers.
Rabbi Yaakov Weinberg on the Jewish view of possessions.
Ten words that changed the world.
In a matter of minutes, I went from feeling hero to fool.
Let's Not Let Passover pass over
Raising our personal debt ceiling for tolerance and peace will bring down the spiritual debt of our nation.
How to make a permanent change for Leiby's memory.
For my 40th birthday, I decided to dream again.
A year after my mother's death, I couldn't bring myself to listen to music again.
Death ends a life, not a relationship.
How to hype up your life.
Why did God create so many of us with faulty vision?
The secret to making lasting changes.
Seeing the profundity, logic and beauty in Torah.
On the importance of toiling in Torah.
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