Torah Values on Friendship – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Jack Guindi A good friend means someone who cares for you. An example is if you are down and your friend helps you back up. A bad friend will not help you back up. A good friend is unselfish. For example, he asks you, “What game do you want to play?” If he is a bad friend, he will probably say, “No, I don’t care what you want to play. I want to play my game.” A good friend will say ‘hello’ to you when he sees you and not just walk away.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. Be good to other so they will be good to you.

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