There are many valuable things in life, but friendship is one of the most influential. Living life without the experience of friendship is life without living. “Some people enter into our lives and speedily go. Some stay for a while and leave footprints on our hearts.”
Friendship is a sense of mutual trust, affection and support between two or more people. A friend can be a workmate, companion, class-mate or any person with whom our feelings of affection are sticked. There is a mutual swap of trust, emotion and support among friends. In one way or the other way each type of friend is profitable. Co-workers would help solve complications and stress gain in the workplace. Friends from the community widen one’s prospective by introducing new people from different areas.
Do you all have “best friends”? I do have. Almost everyone has one, There’s something about a best friend that cannot be duplicated. I am sure everyone has their own definition of what their best friend is like and what an impact he or she has made in their life. The appropriate definition of a best friend is someone who knows you inside out and would go to the ends of the earth for you. Through thick and thin, a best friend helps you and gives you support through tough times. A best friend does not back away from you when you think you feel lost. A best friend is someone with whom you’ve shared your most intimate secrets with, and laughed the loudest. He / She doubtlessly know you bigger than anyone you can think of, it’s definitely better than your parents, and sometimes better than you know yourself. A best friend sees you at your worst, and helped you be your best. A best friend is not afraid to tell you the truth, even if it’s something that you don’t want to hear.
Throughout much uncommon and individual experience I went through, the friendship that I made were one in a million. I had unforgettable memories with my friends, they taught me unique lessons, respect, an open mind and given me a strong feeling for who I am.
“Friendship is heavenly. Friendship is divine.” A true friend is really a gift of God. Everyone must know how to choose a friend and how to honor friendship. If we wish that our friends should be true to us, then we must be true to our friends.