By Chayala Lev When Shira walked into her house it was awfully quiet, too quiet. “Why can’t my family have fun,” she thought to herself. Her sisters were busy studying and her brother was buried under his book. “Do you want to play a game?” Shira asked her brother. “Nah,” said her brother not looking up from his book. “All my friends have such fun families, while mine is so boring,” Shira thought. However, soon Shira realized she was lucky to have siblings who cared for her and looked up to her. Some kids in her class didn’t have siblings or if the did they always got into fights. “Thank you Hashem,” she said. She now realized the gift of siblings.