One small act of chesed can change the world. Rabbi Boruch Brulls for goodness sake celebrates the extraordinary ?ordinary? people whose kindnesses have improved and sometimes even completely altered others lives.
Learn what effect a friendly ?good mornings? can have on a bus driver. Cheer along with two thousand American youngsters as an English boy tells them how he plans to spend a hundred dollars he just won. Find out why a renowned rosh yeshiva personally popped popcorn his young visitors ? and with whom an eighth grader learned in order to prepare for yeshiva high school?s entrance examination.
For goodness sake brings readers into the backyards, living rooms, and offices of our fellow jews. It shows us that anyone: rabbis and students, butchers and businessmen, mothers and children, a mugging victim and the terminally ill ? and all of us, too ? can bring happiness and salvation to others with just a little thought and good will.