Monday, 24 September 2012

Friends - Through THICK and thin

We should never take for granted the people that have been in our lives through thick and thin, for these are our true friends. Sometimes having friends like these alongside a firm belief in God are the only things that help to keep us pushing in periods in which all we want to do is give up.

Take advantage of being able to show your true friends how much you care for them on a regular basis. Show the true friends how much you love them in times of good health and prosperity so that they will be even more willing to be there when times are harder.

Be that true friend to them as well. Make sure that when times are rough for them, that you never leave their side, not because you know they would do the same for you, but because of how much you love them.

Some people will do you wrong in life. People will say things about you that you never think they will, people will lie on you, people will cheat you, and people will purposely hurt you to try and make their selves feel better. There will be people in your life that you thought would be with you until the end, but they will fall out of your life. There will be people in your life that say they love you, until it is convenient for them not to love you anymore.

“Never forget the days I spent with you. Continue to be my friend, as you will always find me yours.” - Ludwig Van Beethoven

Always be thankful for the people who never left us!

Thursday, 26 July 2012


A True Friend is hard to find, sometimes you need to explore the real world to get ONE.. 

We all want to have true friends, but the quality of our friends depend on us. If you want to have true friends, you should be a true friend yourself. By being a true friend, people will love to be around you and many of them will eventually become your true friends.
Ralph Waldo Emerson -

1. Respect others = Respect yourself
2. Accept others = Accept yourself
3. Listen to others = Listen to yourself
4. Make time to others = Make time to yourself
5. Trust others = Trust to yourself

The value of friendship is something that not many people take time to ponder over and appreciate, and it may be said that we often take our friends for granted. Often we only realise the value of friendship when we find ourselves in need of a friend: when we are confined with problems and need a shoulder to rely on and to get advice for our complicated issues. If we find ourselves to have lost a close friend we understand what we have truly lost, and understand the importance of friendship in our lives. We have many people entering our lives, some for a short time, others longer, each on a varying scale of personal relationships from associations to intimate love and marriage. We form a bond of true friendship with only a select few, those that move with us through the stages of our lives.

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