Short Stories on Teamwork – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Rebecca Sardar It was the summer of 2012. We had color war in camp. I was chosen to be the captain of my team. I was so happy and I, maybe, was too excited. I put myself in the color war dance, play, games and everything else. I was so carried away that I was selfish and forgot everyone else’s feelings. It was the day before color war and I was walking to the gym. On my way, I heard people. I looked and I saw two girls, from my color war group, acting. They were background dancers from the play I was the star of. I said, “Wow you guys are good actresses.” They said, “Thanks.” That night, I was thinking that, if they have talents, other girls might have so many more talents as well.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. Arlene Natkin says:

    I learned from this story that you should not be selfish you should care about other people also

  2. Esther naftali says:

    i learned from this story that at first you were selfish and then u thought about other people and that lesson taught me something

  3. Wow thats a great story with a powerful message!

  4. Arlette jammal says:

    Great lesson Rebecca you taught me something new today

  5. Great lesson

  6. Great job rebecca !

  7. Great lesson!

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