Rabbi Steve Leder

senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple and author of “The Beauty of What Remains: How our Greatest Fear Becomes our Greatest Gift”

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Senior Rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles.

Rabbi Steve Leder on KCRW

This week, Rabbi Steve Leder , author of “ For You When I Am Gone: Twelve Essential Questions to Tell a Life Story” reflects on the legacy we leave after we’re gone and suggests that…

Midweek Reset: On Relationships

This week, Rabbi Steve Leder , author of “ For You When I Am Gone: Twelve Essential Questions to Tell a Life Story” reflects on the legacy we leave after we’re gone and suggests that…

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Artist Ye has been spouting conspiracy theories and antisemitic rants. But that’s galvanized people who believe in goodness, love, and understanding, says LA Rabbi Steve Leder.

Take Ye and his antisemitism out of spotlight, says rabbi Steve Leder

Artist Ye has been spouting conspiracy theories and antisemitic rants. But that’s galvanized people who believe in goodness, love, and understanding, says LA Rabbi Steve Leder.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Rabbi Steve Leder’s insight on the Uvalde massacre and why we should reconsider our legacy when we die to include an ethical will.

Rabbi Steve Leder: Uvalde shooting, navigating grief, and ‘ethical wills’

Rabbi Steve Leder’s insight on the Uvalde massacre and why we should reconsider our legacy when we die to include an ethical will.

from Life Examined

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