Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Why Friendship is Essential in Life
Friendship is a relation which is sugarcoated with love which is pure and unconditional. There can be no selfish motive or personal interest in true friendship. We become friendly with a boy or a girl and this bond grows with every passing year. A casual acquaintance develops into a strong personal bond. We realize the importance and value of friendship in every stage of our life. A life without a friend is like living in an island, with nobody beside.

Friendship is essential for many reasons. Our friends are our best critics. They are the ones who provide us with the most precious suggestions and stand by our side in times of trouble. They share our joys and sorrows. A friend who stands by you in times of your misery, is your true friend. Friends can tell you many things about yourself that you may overlook. A friend may notice that you have a real skill working with numbers, that you're great at explaining things to others, or that you always order a chocolate shake to celebrate something. When your friends tell you these things, it helps you understand what makes you unique.


As Anais Nin says,"Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born." Friendship is a wonderful thing and is vitally important for personal growth and success. Friendship itself is sometimes sparked by what we call "vibes," or a strange and electric power of attraction. This is what gives it such a terrific and seemingly magical power to tie people together so closely. All the same, our first impressions can often be mistaken. We've all made mistakes before in the friends we've chosen. However, as we grow up, we tend to be more mature and choose friends with whom we share a mutual interests. Because friends accept us for who we are, we gain the confidence to dream great dreams—and to make them real. Friends liven up our days with their twisted humor and make our lives worth living!



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