Frienship Is a Verb

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FRIENDSHIP IS A VERB jejey08 Most of us are happy to have friends and somehow feeling secured. But what is friendship? Friendship is the quality or state of being friendly and the relationship that creates appreciation and a very special bond shared by people who really care about each other. Anyone of us have different perception about a true friend, but for me a true friend are people without whom your life wouldnt be complete. A companion that is always at your side to make you smile when they notice that you are feeling sad and celebrate with you in times of succession and achievement, small or big. Giving his hands to lift you up when youre down, giving his advice to stay humble in every aspect of life, and a friend is that always ready to listen for you in your upside down stories to give some piece of advice to resolve your problem.
Our friendship occurs nowhere and no friendship happens just in an blink of an eye. It begins when we first met them as strangers with each other. After a course of time, we develop an amiable connection and we just felt that friendship appetence within us without any word, there are times that staring and looking to each other were just enough to form a true friendship that could defy any hindrances that could come in every situation.
A true friendship can understand the real you, help when youre in trouble, and are people who you can rely on. They still fight for you and let you fight for them. They will not betray you, they let you in their lives and care about you deeply. Sometimes, friendship arises from some quarrel and altercation but if we could just surmount these, a better bond of mutual affection between companions could be procure and thus, a greater and stronger friendship ultimately obtain. Whatever the results it may assess, honesty and trust is a must to establish a harmonious relationship between friends,…...

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