September 25, 2011 by mdkpasha  
Published in Friendship

Friendship is a sharing one’s love of self with others. without friendship one is doomed to loneliness. A friend in need is a friend indeed.


Friendship is a sharing of one’s love of self with others. Without friendship, one is doomed to loneliness. A true friend is someone who is there for you when he would rather be anywhere else.

            As a friend you expect to share your interests, enthusiasm and troubles with others; you have common interests,

whether they be jogging, gardening, reading books, a hobby, or a recreation. You are honest and open in your dealings. You value your friendship and tell your friends you appreciate them. You know your friends can rely on you and you know you can rely on them regardless of why or when. “Friendship is the inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person, having neither to weigh thoughts nor measure words.”

 ”If a man does make new friends a s he advances through life, he will soon find himself left alone.”

A friend in need is a friend indeed. Man is by nature a social animal. He cannot remain lonely for a long time. We may have several acquaintances but the real friends are few. Friends provide one of the frontline defences during rough periods. Many of your new friends or associates may provide important opportunities. Searching out these quality people gives you the best possible chance for progress towards your goals. Friendship springs from mutual understanding and appreciation. Making friends is easy, retaining them is difficult.

            The art of making friends is simply to be friend. Essential ingredients of friendship are frankness, responsiveness,

idealism, and enthusiasm, nobility of purpose, and patience. It is desirable to have friends throughout own country as well as in other countries if possible. Friendliness begets friendliness. Like the waxing crescent, is the friendship of the wise.

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