Jewish Stories on Friendship – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Shirley Sardar One day, I was walking in the hallway when my friend came up to me and said, “Can you help me find my jacket?” I said, “Ok, I’ll help you.” We went into the last class she was in and it was locked. We had to go downstairs and get the key. When we opened the door, we saw it wasn’t there. We went to her math class. It wasn’t there. We looked in her science class. It wasn’t there. Then she said, “Let’s just give up.” I said, “No. We will find it. Let’s go look in Lost and Found.” We found her jacket there. She was so happy that she found it. She was thankful that I helped her. I told her, “Anything for a best friend.”



  1. ALICE CAGMAN says:

    Elena is a very bright young lady. Her view of friends is very true.
    Sometimes our friends hurt our feelings,but what is more important is when it really matters they are there for us.

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