How do we get our friends?
Are friends a product of circumstances? Or only a matter of personal chemistry? Or is it preordained? Or a result of assiduous relationship building? Or something else?
I think that everything that happens is on purpose. Every person we meet is in our lives serves a purpose to enhance our human experience.
Sometimes the person may not seem to serve a direct purpose for you, but maybe you're there to serve a purpose for them. There will be friends that make enormous contributions to your life, while others not so much, but perhaps your presence is essential to his/her life.
I belive that the only coincidence in life is the fact that certain events, people, and experiences coincide with your life, when the timing is perfect.
by DeanKeaton2594 months ago
How long does it take to get over the breakup of a 5 year relationship?She was also my best friend.
by Victoria Lynn5 years ago
Do you think it's true that some friendships have a "shelf-life?"A friend told me this after a particular friendship ended.
by cloudy_cool6 years ago
What are your views on this statement:'Friends are the family you choose for yourself.'My opinion is: Friends and Family are two separate things...the concept is totally different...Friends share bits of their lives...
by Michelle Liew5 years ago
Why do people make and break promises?
by LensMan9994 years ago
If you were asked to give only a single advice to a person, what would it be?Why did you select that piece of advice for the person? Is it because that advice has influenced a lot in your own life?
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
What is YOUR perception regarding life, situations, and circumstances go? Is your attitudetowards life, situations, and circumstances generally positive/optimistic or negative/pessimistic?
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