By Shelley Sitt In my gymnastics class, I was lead and my friend felt bad. So, I told everyone that my best friend helped me on this part. She felt very good. My friend said, “Thank you so much” to me. I told everyone that my friend will show her moves as well. I decided that I wanted to share my spotlight. We both ended up enjoying it.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. joyce ashkenazi says:

    try to be honest beacause then you will not get in so much trouble.

  2. Arlene Natkin says:

    I learned from this story that you should always do teamwork

  3. allison heskiel says:

    help as much as you can

  4. Raphael ammar says:

    We should try to get everyone happy

  5. Esther Shemia says:

    If you’re happy that doesn’t mean that everyone else is happy

  6. Paula said says:

    Try not to be the main take someone with you because it will make them smile

  7. David Assoulin says:

    Sometimes the best way to make yourself feel good is to make someone else feel good.

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