From the Torah on Teamwork – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Lauren Savdie One day sunny day in camp in the summer of 2010 there was a group names 5G. This group loved to play dodge ball. They decided to play dodge ball. There were two captains. One was Patricia and the other captain was Sandy. Patricia grabbed the ball first and tried to throw it but was having a little trouble. She threw it but missed everyone on the other team. Then Sandy got the ball, but felt bad that other girls never got to throw. So, she gave the ball to a different girl and she got 2 people out. Sandy said, “Great Job,” and cheered her on. Then Patricia got the ball again but kept it to herself and she missed again. Sandy still cheered her on and said, “It doesn’t matter. You’ll get them next time.” Another girl said, “At least we are working as a team.” So Patricia realized that she should work as a team just like Sandy. So, she did and cheered her friends on just like Sandy. She said, “You learn new things everyday.”

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine

One Comment

  1. latifeh kabariti says:

    I learned that care about other people

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