Inspirational Short Stories on Friendship – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Chanie Klug “Sara, can I please have snack? I don’t have any,” said Leah. “Sure, Leah. Here, I have an extra snack bag.” “Sara, school is over, but I am so in the mood for pizza,” said Leah. “My father owns pizza store. You could come with me,” answered Sara. “I’d love to, but I don’t have any money,” Leah replied. “You could come and get it for free,” said Sara. We went to get pizza. “Yum, that pizza was great but I have to go. So, bye,” said Leah. “I could take anything from that Sara,” Leah thought to herself. Today is Leah’s birthday. She said she would call me at 3pm to come. It’s 1pm, why didn’t she call me? It’s 2:30pm, come on Leah, call me. It’s 8pm. “Sara, it’s bed time,” my mom called. Leah didn’t call me. I am so upset. Leah is missing out on having a true friend. She just likes Sara for her pizza and snack. She is taking advantage of Sarah. That’s is not a true friendship.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine