Torah Values on Overcoming Failure – CLICK TO COMMENT

By David Saka   One Monday morning the Mesader asked me to be Chazan for Nishmat. I said, “Well, I don’t know it that well.” But I did it anyway. While I was a chazzan, I made 20 mistakes and I was stuttering. Everyone was laughing at me. At the end of Tefilah, I was very sad. But, my best friend Elliot Serouya told me, that I was good, but I need to study it and read it much better. The next week, I was a chazzan and everyone thought I was going to be bad, but I changed and read it beautifully. At the end everybody shook my hand. I was so happy that Elliot helped me.