Imagine your life without a friend…I can’t imagine…hahaha! I think it would be a dull life. Aside from our family, God gave us friends to complete our life’s journey. Friends are there to listen to all what we want to say that we can’t tell our parents. They’re there to listen, gives help, comfort us when we feel down and sometimes just too simply hang around. Sometimes we seem much closer with our friend than with our family. Friends understand us more than our family. Sad to say, friends have that understanding regarding us that our family doesn’t have. Maybe it’s because we spend more time with our friend. Come to think of it, when we’re still in school we spent more time with our friends than with our parents and siblings…and even after school friends would come along to our house or we come along to their house. The time we spent with them for almost the whole day seems not enough. That’s how significant a friend is in our life.

Then the time will come that we have to go our separate ways…it’s either some will transfer school or some would move in another place to live. But that doesn’t mean that we’re not going to be friends with them anymore. The bonding we had with them is something no one can take away from us and will become a part of our beautiful memories to live by.

Friends will come and go…and as we go along with our life, we meet different people...some would become part of our life and make a difference with our being...while others will just pass and leave. There really is a "true friend" but sometimes things don't work out the way we want it because as individual, we have our own responsibilities and dreams to fulfill. People change...priorities change...but the people who have touched our life will remain and the memories we had with them will continue to live on and make our hearts going.


Zile Kondic said…
Friendship takes a enormous deal of my life, more important than anything. I have a small circle of friends, but those people have proved themselves in the time of my greatest problem, a big tragic loss of my mother, which was only 36 at the time...and I was 18. Those people helped me change my life upside down, and because of that, I will always favor friendship than love.

Thanx for this lovely blog.
stressmind said…
It feels good to know we have the same views towards friendship. I also value friendship more than anything. Aside from my family, friends are the second important people in my life. :)
broadlin3Rs said…
When all is said and done, friendship is the only trustworthy fabric of the affections. So-called love is a delirious inhuman state of mind: when hot it substitutes indulgence for fair play; when cold it is cruel, but friendship is warmth in cold, firm ground in a bog.
broadlin3Rs said…
Crossin paths w/ u ws a coincdnce. i'll nver regret nor 4get coz u wer one of those wnderful people i drimd of having. i'm so thankful that once in my life's journey, i found a friend like u!

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