There are many valuable things in life, and friendship may be one of the most valuable. To live life without the experience of friendship, is not living. Human interaction is a necessity to survival, but developed friendships are essential to my successful well being. A person I know, like and trust. That is who I’d call a friend. I wouldn’t refer to my neighbor as my friend just because I do the polite thing and am courteous. But to most, Friendship has no defined terminology.
The definition of a friend, and friendship, is based upon their own notions…… People often forget the importance of being loyal to a friend. They forget how crucial it is to show a friend they care and take them for granted. I want long and beautiful platonic relationships, I try to stick it out with my friends, even when things are hard but I have discovered that the second it gets tough–they bail. But a good friend will be loyal and will be around even on the darkest of days.
Being a good friend does mean being there only when things are all good,light and fun. It counts even more when you are there when things are rough–broken. The theme of personal relationship is broad and complex–mostly and from the two attributes it derives its power and meaning. The close connection between people emanates from bonds and interactions that grow gradually and develop to mutual experiences.
It is not absolutely static. It changes with change of behavior, the situation at hand and eventually evolves. Personal relationships are highly dynamic, and for people to enjoy the benefits, they must be ready to make sacrifices, employ a few skills to keep the fire burning, gather information, practice to do what a particular relationship demands–offer, give and get unconditional and unrelenting support.
I don’t remember my first friend–not quite sure anymore. I don’t remember his or her name. I don’t remember how we became friends. Perhaps it was a childhood friend, or the kid sitting next to me in school. Maybe it was my cousin, or my cousin’s neighbor. Maybe it was someone I met in church. Perhaps it was a teacher. Or maybe it was my brother, my sister, my half brother . Regardless of how I met my very first friend, I hadn’t thought I would ever forget him or her. But I have grown and I have found only a few things more important to the growth of my well-being than friendships. My friendships, the heartbreak of having to lose them, and comparing that to the way I value friendships–A friendship like the one with my ex best friend.
In the time it takes you to read this sentence thousands of pieces of contents will be shared on Facebook. A few thousand people will tweet, hundreds of thousands more will likean Instagram photo…and that’s if you read very quickly. In this age, the Internet is used for everything from socialization to education.
For these purposes the Internet has many advantages;anyone with a computer with Internet access can find that information, and anyone with a connection can add to that information, which makes the Internet the collected knowledge of millions of people and so everybody meets someone new everyday. Friends are important sources of companionship and recreations,share advice and valued possessions, serve as trusted confidants and critics, act as loyal allies, and provide stability in times of stress or transition.
Even in the beginning, when man was first created and put in the Garden of Eden to work the ground, there was a need for friendship and companionship….