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The impact friends have on your life
The main reason to bring up this question is because these days the concept of friendship has changed , friends these days are usually by your side for there own good , maybe you have money or maybe you have a status which shall benefit them eventually .. Hence there are friends who are true to you and are loyal as one should be so im here with this topic for your views about these surprising facts..
A friend, by definition, is someone who is concerned for your welfare - period. Anything else negates the definition and makes that person something else in your life.
My friends are the greatest benefit in my life. We chose each other, not by accident of birth or by any other demand. Next to my family, they are my greatest blessing.
Each of us (chooses) our own friends. Choose wisely!
Too often people jump into new relationships and friendships along with making assumptions. They allow "impulsive connections" and "happenstance" to dictate their relationship/friendship choices.
We're responsible for having our own selection process or "must haves"criteria for determining who will be considered as a friend and those who will not. Be patient enough to allow people to (earn) your trust, loyalty, and devotion over time.
by Johnathan David10 months ago
What's the difference between a friend, a true friend and a best friend?I just want your viewpoints on the certain stages of friendship and what they mean to you..
by Cristina16 months ago
What is the difference between popularity and friendship?
by R91392 years ago
Could you forgive a friend if they stole from you?
by free4india7 years ago
How much have friends influenced in screwing up your academics...How much of impact have friends made in your life in terms of good and bad. How do you distinguish a good friend from a bad friend.
by uche_n2a6 years ago
At what point would you graduate an acquaintance to a friend; when would you consider someone to have truly earned your friendship trust? When would you say wholeheartedly that someone is your truly tested and trusted...
by Handicapped Chef5 years ago
Is friendship important in your everyday life and why is it important to you?
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