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RAJESH LEARNS ABOUT JEALOUSY
 
NIRAV LEARNS ABOUT CHEATING
 
RAM LEARNS ABOUT SELFISHNESS
 
RAVI LEARNS ABOUT STEALING
 
ROHIT LEARNS ABOUT BEING KIND
 
RAJESH LEARNS ABOUT NAME-CALLING
 
NIRAV LEARNS ABOUT SHOWING OFF
 
SUKETU LEARNS ABOUT POUTING
 
RAVI LEARNS ABOUT TATTLING
 
RAJESH LEARNS ABOUT PURITY
 
MANISH LEARNS ABOUT LYING
 
MANISH TAKES A STAND
 
SUKETU LEARNS ABOUT MAHAVIRA
 
RAJESH LEARNS ABOUT HUMILITY
 
SUKETU LEARNS ABOUT THANKFULNESS
 
NIRAV LEARNS ABOUT COMPASSION
 
RAVI LEARNS ABOUT MATERIALISM
 
  NIRAV LEARNS ABOUT SHARING
 
  MANISH LEARNS ABOUT RESPECT
 
  RAM LEARNS ABOUT JUDGING OTHERS
 
  ROHIT LEARNS ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY
 
  RAM LEARNS TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR HIS OWN ACTIONS
 
  ROHIT LEARNS TO BE MERCIFUL
 
  SUKETU LEARNS ABOUT PRAYER AT JAIN CENTER
 

JAIN PLAYS

ROHIT LEARNS ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY

ROHIT: I am reading the book about behavior which was for the parents. But I think more lessons were written just for me. This book is super and impressive.

TEJAL: Hi, Rohit! I am ready to go, are you?

ROHIT: I am not going. I will stay home.

NIRAV: We are supposed to clean our Jain Center today. The whole class is going to be there.

ROHIT: Yeah but I almost forgot that I am busy reading this book and I am going to keep reading this book, and I am not stopping until I finish it.

TEJAL: You need to help us. We need everybody there.

ROHIT: Someone else can do it, not me. I don't have that kind of time. I am busy reading this Jain book.

NIRAV: We should read and study about Jainism, but we should do our work too.

ROHIT: I am not going to help. I've decided to read the Jain book without stopping. This is so important to me. Let someone else do the work.

TEJAL: You are the best window cleaner in the whole class, and we need your help.

ROHIT: You will just have to try and do it yourself. I am too busy to leave right now.

NIRAV: I wish that you would come with us, because I am only good at cleaning the floor, and Tejal is cleaning the kitchen. Komal and Bina are good at washing the dishes.

ROHIT: I know last week's rain made the windows dirty. But, anyone can clean windows. My reading is too important. I want to be a good Jain.

(Nirav and Tejal exit, Rohit continues reading, talking to himself.

Two hours later: Rohit just finished reading about sharing responsibilities)

RAM: What are you doing?

ROHIT: I am reading the Jain book. There are many good stories that are teaching me some good lessons.

RAM: I always liked our Jain Center, but not this time. The last storm made the windows so dirty. You can't even see outside.

ROHIT: Why aren't the other students cleaning the windows?

RAM: There weren't enough people to help clean the center. No one did the windows. I bet our teachers will be upset and unhappy. Well, I hope you learned enough from the Jain book.

ROHIT: Thanks! Windows should be clean before the people come.

RAM: You must be kidding. Clean? Who do you suppose is going to do all of that cleaning?

ROHIT: I am. I just learned about sharing the responsibilities. It is my responsibility to clean the windows. I will always keep my responsibilities from now on. This is our Jain Center and we will keep it clean, pure and holy.