Boruch Leff is a rebbe, an author of six books and a lecturer. Contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rabbi Boruch Leff
Does God care about the baseball playoffs?
Overcoming our failure of imagination.
Trying to make sense of the savagery.
It seems a bit funny, but getting drunk on Purim can be a spiritual experience.
It would be tragic to accept the crisis in Israel as a normal part of reality.
Every so often something happens with one of my kids and I begin to understand what parenting is all about. This is one of those moments.
The blizzard hits and life goes haywire. Understanding the mystical challenge can make it a gorgeous blanket of snow.
The snowy streets are slippery and it's cold and wet. It's also a special time to get close to God.
As one young man leaves his 20s behind, idealism gives way to practicality. Almost.
Why did God create a world where I need to do all this raking?
Passover's solution to why diets don't work.
How to get through life's ups and downs.
The American elections and Rosh Hashana.
Mystical lessons within the clouds.
If you had one last lecture to give before you died, what would it be?
We should only be competitive with ourselves.
The Jewish people have their own ancient torch ceremony.
Share yourself and your wisdom with the world. Smile.