Boruch Leff is a rebbe, an author of six books and a lecturer. Contact him at: email@example.com.
Rabbi Boruch Leff
When we really want to accomplish something, nothing can stand in our way.
Living up to our name, The People of the Book.
God wants us to see the depth within the Yishmael personality
Lot and insubordination.
Why do we signify Shabbat's entry by lighting up the lights?
If a mushroom can cost $700 a pound, how much are you worth?
What does it mean that Shabbat is married to the Jewish people?
In life no one's a benchwarmer, and other key lessons from baseball.
What's the deeper meaning behind the creation of a loud smack right in the middle of a heavy rainstorm?
Go ahead and take her out for dinner, but make sure your display of gratitude isn't just a once-a-year occasion.
Rabbi Yaakov Weinberg's insights on the mourning period for Rebbe Akiva's students.
Death ends a life, not a relationship.
It isn't the physical life itself that makes the difference; it is the legacy.
Appreciating the gifts that old age provides.
Respecting elders is more than good manners, it shows what is truly important in life.
The pitfalls of trying to always be Number One.
Why did God create the world where grownups must suffer through inattentiveness, non-compliance, and general moodiness with our kids?
What is the most important element in achieving happiness?
Sometimes the best way to give is by allowing others give to us and take.
How can we ever truly enjoy something when we know that all things will pass?
Are you ready to die today?
Everyone needs that one person who understands us and with whom we can communicate openly without any pretenses.
Parents give physical life to a child; teachers inject that life with purpose and meaning.
The faults we accuse others of can most often be found within ourselves.
Living with joy despite our setbacks and travails.
Striving to live with an awareness of the pain of others and do what we can to alleviate their burden.
You don't need to be famous to be a hero.
Living life urgently, intensely and purposefully.
Why wait for a funeral to give heartfelt praise about those you love?
Whether you're over the hill or not depends on whether you still feel like climbing.
What comfort do we find in all the noise?
Spiritual lessons from the crucial presidential vote in Ohio.