From the Torah on Friendship – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Morris Esquenazi I have a friend who is everything I can ask for. He shares because he knows how it feels to want something and not get it. He is also a good influence. He is well behaved. My friend has a great quality of honesty. He is always nice even when we disagree. Today, most people don’t have friends as good as mine. Most people take advantage of different people for different things. They like their games or friends, but they don’t like him for who he truly is. That person doesn’t know what fun is because he is always taking advantage. Also, the person that is being taken advantage of is not happy because they both don’t like each other for who they are.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine



  1. Arlene Natkin says:

    I learned from this story that a friend is a friend you can not change who they are

  2. Isaac esquenazi says:

    frendies are always by tour side when you need them

  3. Isaac esquenazi says:

    I learned that frenids are very important

  4. Having one truly great friend is a key in life. Nicely done Morris!!!

  5. Great point. It’s hard to be a friend like that….. We can all learn from him

  6. I love this lesson! True friends are extremely important. I feel the exact same way.

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