In "Amazing Grace," a Tapestry of Faith program
Read or tell the story "The Honorable Joha, Mula Nasruddin Hodja, and the Famous Donkey Story."
Ask for reactions. Then lead a discussion by posing a few questions:
Point out, if participants have not, that peer pressure and advice from other people are not always wrong. Sometimes your friends are right about what you should do. If you accept what they tell you, you should do it because you think they are right, not because you will do anything they say in order to please them.
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