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Sometimes in life, you find a special friend. Someone who changes your life just by being part of it. Someone who makes you laugh until you can’t stop. Someone who makes you believe that there really is good in the world. Someone who convinces you that there really is an unlocked door just waiting for you to open it. This is forever friendship. When you’re down and the world seems dark and empty, your forever friend lifts you up in spirit and makes that dark and empty world suddenly seem bright and full. Your forever friend gets you through the hard times, the sad times an dthe confused times. If you turn and walk away, your forever friend follows. If you lose your way, your forever friend guides you and cheers you on. Your forever friend hold your hand and tells you that everything is going to be okay. And if you find such a friend, you feel happy and complete because you need not worry. You have a forever friend, and forever has no end.
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When you think of a friend, what are some of the things you think of? A person you can trust? A person you get along with really well? Someone who has the same sense of humor as you do?
A friend is any person who fits these descriptions, as well as many others. It’s important to have friends because it’s important to have a “support system” of people you can depend on. When we think of “friends” we often think of people we aren’t related to, like a kid you know from school or from the house next door. But friends can definitely also include your relatives like siblings, cousins, or even parents! – The neat thing about friends is that they come in lots of shapes and sizes, and there’s no limit on how many you can have!
Some people have a really easy time making friends, while others take longer getting to know people. As you grow up, you might find that you like having lots and lots of different friends, or that you prefer having just one or two friends that you’re really, really close to!
by Mya Kagan (whyzz writer
Do feel God every passing moment
He listens to my prayer for you
Though we’re separated by the miles
I send to you my prayers and smiles.
Your kind words do touch my heart
Your sweet kindness, I will treasure
God brought us to each other,
Our friendship will remain forever.
– by Bernice
I’m thinking of you today
You’ve been such a dear friend
Do remember God sends His love,
To you and I from up above.
Over the past we have grown close
I have enjoyed sharing with you
I do pray God’s best for you always,
The care we share is sure to last.
– by Bernice
We are Friends
I got your back
You got mine,
I’ll help you out
To see you hurt
To see you cry
Makes me weep
And wanna die
And if you agree
To never fight
It wouldn’t matter
Who’s wrong or right
If a broken heart
Needs a mend
I’ll be right there
Till the end
If your cheeks are wet
From drops of tears
Let go of your fears
Hand in hand
Love is sent,
We’ll be friends
Till the end!!!!
-© Angelica N. Brissett
Again, it will not be the first time you hear this. CHOOSE YOUR FRIENDS WISELY. The kind of people you surround yourself with, determines the way you feel to a large extent. If they are whiny, talk only about the problems and you smoke/drink because your friends do, it’s time to change your friends. It’s better to be with friends who make you feel better. It will be even better if they have the same interests as you do. The more time you spend with such friends, the more stress will stay away from you. Don’t be around people who constantly spread negativity.
As you go through life, you will encounter many people. Some of them will be only acquaintances, while others will become friends. True friends are rare; you may have only a few true friends in your life at any given time. There are several recognizable characteristics that true friendships posses that other relationships lack.
A true friend listens to you. You can express your feelings and talk about your experiences – good and bad – with a true friend. Likewise, if you have a true friendship with someone, you will allow your friend to talk with you without interrupting when he has a problem, good news or an experience to share.
According to Psychology Today, a true friend will tell you things you do not necessarily want to hear about yourself. For instance, if a friend notices you haven’t been eating, she will find a way to confront – not criticize – you about it. True friends care more about your health and happiness than about the friendship itself. In other words, your friend will confront you about unhealthy habits, even if it means losing your friendship.
Trust is another sign of a true friendship. A true friend earns your trust, and you know that he will not betray you or stab you in the back. In a true friendship, you are able to confide in each other and know that the information you share with one another will not be shared with others.
It’s difficult to maintain a true friendship if you don’t make it a priority. True friends maintain regular contact with one another, whether by phone, social networking sites, email or in-person meetings.
Coach Carolyn Baana suggests that true friends give with no expectations of receiving anything in return. Real friends give their time, love and care without expecting to receive anything back.
You are comfortable being who you really are in a true friendship. If you feel you cannot be authentic around your friend, you will not be able to form a true friendship with her.
True friendships involve two people who support each other no matter what. It can be difficult to know how to help a friend who’s facing a difficult situation, though. Call him, even if you don’t think he will answer the phone, and leave an encouraging message he can listen to later. Send an inspirational card to your friend in the mail or send him an email letting him know that you’re there for him if he needs anything.
According to executive and life coach Sharon Mikrut, real friends accept each other – flaws and all. A real friend accepts you for who you are, whether you are organized or disorganized, extroverted or introverted, on time or habitually late. Although a real friend may inspire you to be a better person, she does not try to change you into the person she thinks you should be.
True friendships are nonjudgmental. Your friend may not agree with or like everything you do. He may even express an opinion about the things you do, but he will not judge or belittle you for your decisions or behavior.
When you’re a busy person, it can seem hard to find the time to keep a journal. You’ve got stuff to do – time spent reflecting seems wasted!
However, daily journaling helps you solve problems, learn better from experience, manage stress, improve your emotional intelligence, build self-confidence, think more positively, and move towards your goals.
Those are a lot of benefits for just 10 minutes effort each day!
Find out how to journal effectively – and intelligently – in our article.
Question: Do you keep a journal? What tips do you have?
The two scenarios that usually cause us to contemplate “What is love?” give meaning to the question. Either we wonder, “Am I loved?” or we ask, “Do I love?”
It is easier to first address the “What is love?” question in terms of the love we feel coming toward us. If we understand how to recognize when we are being loved, we can also learn to recognize our love for another.
When we are loved, we tend to feel it intuitively in our guts. But how does it work? Is there an extrasensory perception in the heart that is able to read the feelings in another person’s heart?
In fact, it’s really not that ethereal or supernatural. On the contrary, it’s pretty practical and down-to-earth. Our hearts take cues from our senses. Everything we see, hear, taste, touch or smell teaches us about our universe. We don’t need to contemplate or ask questions. Our sensory organs report to our brains, and our brains interpret the data and send the report to our hearts. So, if we see a loving smile, hear loving words, or feel a loving touch, the brain processes this information and concludes, “Hey, we are being loved right now!”
In short, when we are loved, there is tangible proof. It’s not an abstract thought or feeling, it’s concrete and evidenced. As King Solomon wrote in his book of Proverbs (27:19), “As water reflects a man’s face back to him, so is the heart of one man to another.” This means, when you are treated with love, your heart feels that love.