Mina Gordon

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Mina Gordon grew up in Chicago, but lives now in Australia with her husband and children. She has been teaching Torah classes to young adults and women for over thirty years.
Short and sweet advice on how to live life.
A short Chanukah story
One frosty morning in December, the children from Joshie’s class were led to a bus and dropped off with their teachers in the busy downtown area of their city. Their goal was to show the children the holiday season’s displays and the intricately decorated...
When a team is made up of individuals who care about one another, it is more powerful than the sum of each one’s individual performance.
It wasn’t easy to be a commercial pilot and a religious Jew at the same time, but Mordechai somehow managed. He was familiar with at least one rabbi in each city on his route, and tried his best to help them out, bringing kosher supplies and even Torah sc...
He’s refused to eat for the past four weeks. The doctors say that his organs are starting to shut down . . .
As he approached, his eyes widened in shock and his jaw dropped. David felt a chill creeping up his spine, although he couldn’t imagine why Mr. Samson should be upset with him . . .
As all three sons were conscripted, my grandmother made a vow. She entreated G‑d that her three boys should return whole and unharmed from the war, and she would take care, for the rest of her life, to eat only food that was unquestionably kosher . . .
Chagai changed my whole attitude towards situations I had previously thought of as limiting. Now, instead of looking at them in terms of 'cannot', I look at them as challenges to conquer. The problem may not necessarily be cured, but it does not have to h...
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