RE­MEM­BER YOURSINGLE FRIENDS

The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMENT&ANALYSIS -

A reader of Yeshiva World asks why all her mar­ried friends have forgotten her: “I am a sin­gle girl aged 21, who is still await­ing my besh­ert [des­tined one], while al­most all of my friends are mar­ried. To my friends: I hap­pily went to all of your sim­chahs, your l’chaims and wed­dings from be­gin­ning to end, and helped out in all your wed­ding prepa­ra­tions. Why is it that the minute your wed­ding is over, our friend­ship is over? How many nights did I spend talk­ing to you, help­ing you pre­pare all that you needed, and all I get is a slap in the face? I un­der­stand you don’t have as much time for me as you used to, but all I’m ask­ing is for a twominute phone call, an email, a text — just to let me know that you are think­ing about me.” theyeshiv­a­world.com

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