What a wonderful modern commentary about the life’s journey of a truly fine human being! To have had the privilege and sheer joy to have known Gordy is to have been allowed to enhance life in unique ways applicable easily and and well! For me his views are the magic of torah as wonderful street… Read more »
Especially when facing dramatic and unexpected situations, Gordy's reliable response was to remain calm and to assess the situation for the positive opportunities that it presented. So it was when Gordy learned from his doctors that he had mere weeks to live. Gordy prioritized and determined how he could best use the remaining time in a purposeful way. His decision: He would write a book about end of life as he was about to experience it.
Gordy's hope was to spur discussion about end-of-life opportunities. He wanted his book to be the beginning of a new conversation, where ongoing dialogue is encouraged and open to people of all faiths and backgrounds.
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The following is a letter sent via Facebook to Redefining Moments editor Catherine Zacks Gildenhorn: My dear Cathy, I was going to call to share this with you personally. I probably still will, just so I can hear your voice. But I thought it would be better, and maybe something Gordy would have loved if… Read more »
Somehow my son Noah meet Gordon a few years ago when Noah was a teenager, they hit it off and Gordon took a keen interest in Noah, they stayed in touch and Gordon provided a great role model for Noah. I would say while there was a big age difference Gordon made Noah feel like… Read more »