Chassidut Ruzhin - Boyan

The Boyaner Rebbe in Boro Park

B”H

The Boyaner Rebbe (Ruzhin – Boyan) in Boro Park:

 

 

The Rebbe was born in the US and there are not too many pictures of him, as he doesn’t like people taking photos of him. However, the Boyaner doesn’t live in New York but in Jerusalem.
Chassidic Tish in Ruzhin – Boyan:
http://shearim.blogspot.co.il/2008/07/chassidic-tish-in-ruzhin-boyan.html
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9 thoughts on “The Boyaner Rebbe in Boro Park

  1. Thank you for posting this. I know him and his family personally. I’m close with his wife. I love seeing posts about someone I know personally. I could write 10+ pages about how awesome they are and about my experiences with them. He doesn’t like photos if you are a paparazzi type. But I’ve seen him allow photos with friends and their kids before. He also doesn’t officially see women. But he has interacted/spoken with me on his own accord including some eye contact a few times when I was at their house which is amazing. He is amazingly warm and personable. He came over to me to give me a bracha when I was at their house for first night of RH. I could go on and on but I’m not.

    Thats it for now.

    Good Shabbos

  2. B”H

    I have been to his Tish a couple of times. Here in Jerusalem. The problem is the Mechitzah because at the Ezrat Nashim, we hardly hear anything when the Rebbe speaks.

  3. Please pardon my ignorance, but I haven’t seen another rebbe with that kind of streimel before, other than old photographs and pictures (the Tzemach Tzedek for example) does it have a different name, and is this style particular to the Boyaners, or just their rebbe? TIA

  4. That would have been very kind, but I wouldn’t want to put you to any trouble πŸ™‚ I’m just enjoying the glimpse into Chassidic life.

  5. I love the fact that the communities are mostly happy to share information with outsiders. Do you happen to know anything about the Chassidut of the Kaliver chassidim? I’m an admirer of their rebbe just after hearing his story, but I don’t know much else.

  6. B”H

    They usually don’t necessarily share their insights with the outside world unless you know someone.

    I always wanted to go to the Kaliver’s Tish and I actually went a few times but there was no Tish. However, I saw the Kalover Rebbe from the States a couple of times. Once in Toldot Aharon.

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