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This letter comes from an eleven-year old girl in Ukraine.

Dear TWR,

There are two girls in my class, Ira & Larysa, who are both from Christian families. Ira and I became friends, but Larysa did not like that and tried to create quarrels between us. She succeeded in doing that. Then they both tried to turn the other girls in the class against me. Time passed and Ira befriended me again. Our friendship seemed to be stronger than before. I believed her, but it turned out that she just needed to copy from me during tests. I was very upset and did not know what to do. At the moment, Ira and Larysa are not friends. Both are trying to make things right with me. What should I do? What if their friendship is just a lie again?

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