Teenagers of different faiths talk

Spirituality-like a sixth sense

Family is important in my life, and also friends. Everybody is going to be on this earth for a certain amount of time, so you do whatever you want to make your life quality. Whatever you are passionate about, teach it to other children or other people. Even if they aren't interested in the same things, at least they'll get exposure.

Formal prayer I do in temple on Saturday mornings. I also pray formally on big holidays — Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. But other than formal prayer, I consider prayer as something like a hope — like an inspiration. I don't think that by praying anything is actually going to happen. It's just something to keep you going. When I go to bed, I go over the things I did during the day, and those things that I hope will happen. It's kind of like I'm going through thoughts in my head.

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