Torah Values on Friendship – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Rachel Lati Carly knew Melissa from school. Carly asked Melissa, “Do you have any hair clips, pony tails and fun games?” Melissa replied, “Yes.” Carly asked, “Can I have them?” Melissa said, “Ok.” They played together the whole day. The next day, when Carly was walking back from school, Melissa said, “Hi, Carly.” Carly replied, “Oh, Melissa. I don’t like you because you are not really fun.” Melissa thought to herself, “I think she just used me to get my stuff.” If you have a girl who asks you to give her things and kisses up to you, do not listen and do not talk to her. She is not a real friend.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. I learnt from this person that you should never use a friend just to get things from her. you should never kiss up to someone, and never listen to those people.

  2. its very important to know who is your best friend and real friend

  3. it is important to know your real freinds

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