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CAN WE TALK? page 41

even have a wife and one
child, Samantha said.
While she knows He does
not answer all her prayers,
talking to God makes her
feel better.
"A lot of times I ask him
for stuff for charity and peace
in Israel," Samantha said.
Unlike some of the
younger children, bar and
bat mitzvah age teens gen-
erally do not have an image
in their mind about God's ap-
pearance or where God
might be. The nature of their
prayers also are different.
Many wonder why God al-
lowed the Holocaust to hap-
pen.
Casey Newman, a 12-year-
old West Bloomfield resident
and student at Adat Shalom

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"Not everyone believes in
God, but He believes in
everyone because He creat-
ed them," Eve said. "He
didn't intend for the Holo-
caust to happen. If it weren't
for God, none of the Jews
would have survived the
Holocaust."
Rachel Boyman, a 12-year-
old from West Bloomfield,
talks to God on a regular
basis. Before her most recent
trip to Israel she prayed that
her family would be safe in
their travels.
"Sometimes, when I go to
a cemetery, I say words (to
God) to make them (the
dead) rest in peace," Rachel
said.
Josh Wool, 12, of Adat
Shalom knows God listens
to his prayers, but
he is not sure

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said as she got
older her prayers
changed.
"I used to talk
to God about sil-
ly things," she
said. "I would ask
Him to help me pass a test
or I'd pray for a snow day.
Now, I pray for serious
things like world peace."
While Casey occasionally
talks to God, she has not de-
, cided if she believes there is
a God. Much of her skepti-
cism is based on the Holo-
caust.
"It's hard to believe some-
times because if there were
a God, why did the Holo-
caust and all other bad
things happen?"
Her classmate Eve Posen,

how, or if, all his prayers are
answered. When he does
pray, Josh talks to God about
"important things like health
or something that will affect
me in life." He also prays for
good health for his family.
Classmate Rachel Daien,
12, of Livonia also prays for
her family. She prayed for
her grandparents when they
underwent surgery.
"God can make miracles
happen," she said. "I prayed
my grandma's surgery would

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