The young women are admittedly more receptive to your new watered-down classes, but still, you feel lousy about the whole thing. They aren't really learning and this isn't what you really wanted. You stick with it hoping it will get better with time and maybe new students.

As time goes by you try slipping some more Torah oriented lessons in hoping that your students won't notice. Unfortunately they do, and most of them quit. Too many have dropped out and you have to close up shop. You return to your job as a seamstress and think about what went wrong and how you could have dome things differently.

Good thing that this is a choose-your-own-adventure story so you can get a do-over, right? How about we step back and try this one again...