Some Thoughts on Friendship

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friendship

friendship is love but not in love
friendship is a secret never to be told
friendship is a shoulder to cry on
friendship is not having to say sorry but do
friendship is not judging no matter what
friendship is someone to run too when things are tough
friendship is a hand to hold when things are so rough
friendship is someone to laugh with not at you
freindship is just knowing they are there
my freind is all of these hope you have one just like her…

by christina christina
 
I am blessed to have a few close and truely loyal friends who I cherish with all of my heart and I thank God for the paths that brought us here…
As a child your first friends are your siblings and extended family, then you hang around neighbor kids who become your friends by default, some of which become friends that you choose to carry w you into your school days and if your lucky, beyond…once in school, cliques are formed and your either in or your out and even when your in, theres always those that you feel inferior too, whether or not theres actual cause to feel that way, you will still get hurt and  hurt others because kids are mean, especially little girls. They havent lived enough to realize that we are victims of circumstance and not yet in control of our own lives. Eventually we grow older and friends become aquaintences and aquaintences become friends, we watch as the children we once knew become adults and we understand that just because you have known someone most of your life, doesnt mean they deserve a place in it now and you have a choice whether or not to continue to nurture those relationships… and as we have children of our own, whom we want to shelter and protect  from the heartaches of  lessons learned, we begin to fully appreciate those people in our lives who made the cut and to let go of those who didnt…
 
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