Monday, July 12, 2010

Friendship Day is Aug First

“The glory of friendship is not the outstretched hand, nor the kindly smile, nor the joy of companionship; it is the spiritual inspiration that comes to one when he discovers that someone else believes in him and is willing to trust him with friendship.”
-Ralph Waldo Emerson -
Friendship bears a different definition with different people.
To a child, whoever is happy to play with them during recess are their friends. When they share their candies or toys, they become true friends indeed. A day in the park together is all it takes to make them best friends. The innocence of a child never fails to amaze anyone.
As they grow older, their classmates and those who help them with their homework becomes their friend. The friend is normally a classmate or schoolmate that they meet often or interact with alot. They would probably be involved in the same activities.
Teenage years come and friends are the highlight of their lives. They would share their inner most thoughts, fears and feel more comfortable with their friends than with their family. You would definitely share your innermost thoughts and secrets with a friend, one that you would never consider sharing with your family. Friends are those with whom they can relate to, fit in with, be on the phone all day with, and discuss all the latest gossips with. Friends are those they can share adventures with and have fun with.

They then grow up and friends are those who are there through thick and thin, as each of them move on through the next phases in lives. They may not meet up as much, but they are always on one another’s mind. In times of need, they are the ones who would drop everything and come there.
Friends would evolve as a person, create new bonds such as a spouse or a family, have new responsibilities and opportunities, and still have one another in mind. But they would still be there to celebrate your achievements, and support you during a hard time. You are the first person they would call to announce their successes and be eager to share it with you over a meal or a celebration party. The distance your lives gain would not lessen the friendship in anyway.
So friendship comes in many forms…But eitherway, it is a beautiful bond that needs to be honored, remembered and always cherished. This is a bond life cannot proceed on without. Let us see how we can honor this day dedicated to good friendships.
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