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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 BEING KIND

ROHIT: I am a real nice person and you know what? No one likes me. I don't know why?

RAM: Hi Rohit, you look down in the dumps. Just like the back end of dump truck. Way down....real low.

ROHIT: All my friends don't like me, and they won't have anything to do with me. I don't know why.

RAM: You have friends that you don't even know are your friends.

ROHIT: No, I don't have any friends at all.

RAM: How about Manish? You and he get along just great.

ROHIT: That was a long time ago. He always to let me do anything I wanted to. But now, he won't let me be the first when we played Monopoly, so I kicked him. I don't understand why he is so mad today.

RAM: That was an awful thing to do. What about you and Rita? You two are friends, aren't you?

ROHIT: Well, this morning I put chewing gum in her hair, and put dots on her face with a magic marker. I told her she had black freckles.

RAM: Why did you do that to Rita?

ROHIT: She had all those cookies, and she wouldn't let me have the biggest one. She knows I deserve the biggest cookie. She eats like a pig.

RAM: Well, what about you and Nirav? Are you two mad at each other?

ROHIT: Yes, I took a real bite out of his arm, yesterday, after school.

RAM: Were you hungry enough to eat him?

ROHIT: As matter of fact--he tasted awful. He told me that I wasn't the smartest person in our class, so I bit him.

RAM: Well, it looks like you have really lost your friends. It's a good thing you still have your dog. Dogs are true friends.

ROHIT: You see, he used to be a true friend. He is mad at me, too. I popped him in the nose with a rubber band, and then I tied his ears together.

RAM: Why were you mean to your dog?

ROHIT: He wouldn't let go of my shoe. He took it into his doghouse and would not come out.

RAM: You have to be a friend, if you want to have a friend. I really feel sorry for you.

ROHIT: I don't understand what you mean by saying: "To have a friend, be a friend".

RAM: You can't be mean to a friend and always have your own way.

ROHIT: I have more fun, if I have my way.

RAM: You are selfish. Your friends don't like it. No one likes to play with someone who acts selfish. You need to be kind and unselfish.

ROHIT: You mean, I must learn to be kind to others. You are right! It is terrible being lonely. I must be kind.

RAM: Come on, I will play with you. You have learned a good lesson.

ROHIT: You will?

RAM: Yes, if you promise not to put chewing gum in my hair or draw dots on my face with a magic marker.

ROHIT: I think black freckles would make you look real grown up.

RAM: No freckles, no black freckles that is.

ROHIT: You can have it your way. Let's go play. We'll even play whatever you want to play.