By Tehila Bitton One time, when Bella was starting a new school, she was too shy and insecure that no one would like her. Sarah didn’t talk to anyone and when they tried to talk to her she would just brush them off. Because of her fear, she ended up alone without any friends. Later, she learned her lesson and asked her mother to switch schools. She put aside her fears, stepped up and said “Hello” first. Now, she has a ton of friends. She learned that fear doesn’t help you be safer. It just held her back from experiencing new things. She learned a priceless lesson.
This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine