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Raised in Lucerne, Switzerland, Rabbi Reuven Leuchter moved from a career in mathematics at the University of Zurich into the introspective world of mussar – character development. This original thinker was one of the closest students of Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe, a mussar master of the previous generation. He now coaches thousands of people around the world to flip their ideas and view practical things through his unique lens. Rabbi Leuchter has the uncanny ability to ‘just get it’ in five different languages and is widely sought after for his innovative approach to growth and spirituality.
In higher education, there exists a split between the sciences and the humanities. This categorisation expresses a deep concept, that the more exact and scientific something is, the less human it is, and vice versa. Therein lies the uniqueness of Torah – it is the only intellectual endeavour that claims to build a human being […]
What does being responsible mean? Do I have to be responsible for myself before I can be responsible for others? Am I responsible when my life is a mess? How responsible do I have to be for the world at large? Get ready for what you thought you knew to be flipped on its head.