Mah Jongg Isn’t Just a Game
It’s a Way of Life

For Jewish women playing mah jongg it's as inevitable as
complaining that you’re hungry on Yom Kippu

The sounds of thick tiles clinking & calls of 'five crack,' 'two bam & 'six dot'
are ubiquitous at sisterhood events &  facilities around cities in the US.

A Chinese Pastime Became a Jewish Pastime

Here Are 5 Things I’ve Learned By Playing mahj.

1. It’s Just ATile.

2. Commit.
You Can Make Changes Later If Necessary.

3. Play The Hand You’re Dealt.

4. Spread The Love & Knowledge.

5. Make It A Mitzvah.








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