LIVING WITH MIRACLES
MEMOIRS OF RABBI MORDECHAI GREEN
About the Book
Many of us often wait for the right circumstances to make our mark, yet some have the audacity to dream even when things seem absurd and unattainable. Hillel once declared, “Im ani kan hakol kan” (If I am here, all is here). In each generation, there are remarkable individuals who take ownership and lead rather than wait for others to join them. Living with miracles share stories of faith, courage, and determination that oftentimes border on the miraculous. The Memoirs of Rabbi Mordechai Green will inspire the reader to never give up hope in the face of adversity.
About the Author
Rabbi Mordechai Green was born in Montreal, Canada in 1933. He became ordained as a Rabbi at Yeshiva University in 1958 and that same year was appointed as Rabbi of the Adas Israel Congregation in Hamilton, Ontario, a position he would hold for 60 years. Not only did he succeed in building institutions and transforming the Jewish landscape of his city, but his impact was felt globally. His story is one of dreams, visions and goals actualized through faith and determination. He died in Efrat, Israel in 2018 surrounded by his family and loved ones. He is survived by his wife, five children, 26 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren.