Jewish Ethics on Friendship – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Nancy Cohen Emily was a very popular girl in the grade. She was pretty and had a lot of toys. Jennifer wasn’t very popular and she didn’t have a lot of toys. Jennifer always brought lunch from home that her mom made. When it was lunch time, Emily came to Jennifer and was very nice to her so she can get her lunch. Jennifer didn’t know she was being taken advantage of. Jennifer gave Emily lunch. When they got back to class, Emily embarrassed Jennifer. She said in front of everyone, “Jennifer’s lunch was so bad today. Her mom is such a bad cook!” Everybody laughed at her. Jennifer was embarrassed and she was crying. Jennifer learned not to be friends with her anymore.


  1. Arlene Natkin says:

    I learned from this that you should only be friends with that don’t hurt your feelings

  2. sari kassin says:

    you shouldnt do that to someone thats not nice

  3. It’s very important to always surround yourself with good friends who care about you. Sometime when other people treat you bad is when you truly appreciate your friends.

  4. Joey Cohen says:

    I learned that everything has he gives is for the best even if it’s the worst in your mind

  5. Eliot Cohen says:

    I learn from here that you always have to choose your friends wisely and differentiate between fake and real friends

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