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Jewish Values on Friendship – CLICK TO COMMENT

By David Saka You have a friends and he helped you with your homework. He helps you for a long time because he cares about you. You are out for lunch. Two people ask you for money. First friend is your best friend. Second friend helped you. If you give money to your best friend, than you didn’t pay back to the friend who helped you.
A good friend is someone who cares about you, understands you, and doesn’t judge you. He is caring, giving. You have a test coming up after lunch. Your friend knows that you don’t understand the material for the test. He is very nice and he helps you out during lunch. You benefit from having true friendship because you have someone to rely on and someone to play with.


  1. Arlene Natkin says:

    I learned that you should be caring to people that also help not only your BEST friend

  2. It shows how to make very good friends

  3. Hersel Chomali says:

    Great story it taught me how to make friends

  4. You'll never know says:

    Best story ever

  5. I learned how to value friendships in a way that is fair to everyone

  6. David Cohen says:

    It taught me how to be a good friend to people in need.

  7. Great Story! Really taught me how to make friends!

  8. I loved the story!!

  9. Very good i have a lot of friends!

  10. Talia Shrem says:

    Shabbat Shalom Ruchy.

  11. Nice story!

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