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Goldie Plotkin is co-director of Chabad of Markham in Thornhill, Ontario and director of the Torah Tots Pre-School. She was the keynote speaker at the International Convention of Shluchos in 2010.
It's the Little Things That Count
The month of Elul is a time for introspection. While we may have big plans for change, it's the little things in life that can have a huge impact.
A chassidic couple tells all
The Five Love Languages
Discover the five key ingredients for a healthy and happy marriage. Rabbi Avraham and Mrs. Goldie Plotkin draw on the Torah’s timeless wisdom and their decades of experience in marriage counseling to demonstrate what’s essential for successful relationshi...
Inspiring Jewish Heroines
Rivka: Working Together in Unison
What is the meaning of the name Rikvah? Why did she need to grow up in such an deceitful environment? And how did this contribute to her essential purpose in life?
Inspiring Jewish Heroines
Miriam: Valuing Every Child
Nowadays, when birth rates are so low and times are so hard, we can learn from Miriam the great value of bringing more children into our world and how to find a positive attitude in any circumstances.
Inspiring Jewish Heroines
Make it or Break It
The important role women play in either building or destroying their homes, from the wives of Korach and On ben Pelet to stories of today’s women.
Inspiring Jewish Heroines
Rachel's Story: The Ultimate Mother
The Jewish mother is endeared for her qualities of compassion, selflessness and devotion. What is it about our matriarch Rachel that exemplifies even more of these character traits?
Inspiring Jewish Heroines
Esther: The Courage of One Woman
The story of Esther is hidden and obscure, which teaches us how to live with a constant awareness that G-d is guiding us.
Chanukah, Jewish Identity and the Message of the Light
As parents we need to ignite our children's flame of passion and ensure that their excitement for Yiddishkeit doesn't become extinguished.
Charity Before Prayers, Kashrut, and Reciting Blessings
Why we give charity before we pray, why we refrain from eating certain foods, and how saying blessings promotes the attitude of gratitude.
Communal Prayer, Tattoos, and Visiting a Cemetery
The power of praying together as a community, the prohibition against tattoos, and the custom of visiting and praying at a cemetery.
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