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Stories to Build Friendship – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Vico Mizrahi I like a friend who accepts me for who I am. I don’t want a friend who wants me to be someone I am not. A real friend is someone who likes you for who you are. When someone takes advantage of people, in the end of the day he feels bad. He doesn’t have any friends. He doesn’t experience a good friendship. Every person needs a friend who can respect them.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. Joyce shalom says:

    Do you want your friends to like you

  2. Arlene Natkin says:

    I learned from this that people have to except who people REALY are

  3. mizrahi101 says:

    good job

  4. mizrahi101 says:

    amazing job true lessons can be learned in this paragraph

  5. Tom Dweck says:

    Hey Vico great job

  6. I learned a strong lesson from this story

  7. Great story

  8. I learned a lesson; you should pick the right friends

  9. Sheryl Mizrahi says:

    Beautiful words. Great job Vico!

  10. This was a very good story!

  11. Grandma Linda says:

    Good job vico

  12. Victor mizrahi says:

    Great job

  13. good job

  14. Good message for everyone. Every body must choose friends wisely.

  15. sam franco says:

    the lesson is that a real friend likes you for who you are

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