July 30th is the International Day of Friendship.
Surrounding yourself with individuals that have good values, a good head on their shoulders and are loyal to you even during bad times is essential for moving forward in life.
When those who say they are your friends make you feel miserable, fill your heart with sorrow and despise you when you look elsewhere, it’s time to get rid of these false friends. You will surely meet people who will appreciate what you are and will not use you as a stooge.
Nothing is perfect in this world and one must realize when our path, which now differs from those with whom we once shared, even the same interests, is no more.
I’m an introvert. I prefer to have a few excellent friends, who I can trust with all of my heart. I have a very special best friend whom I met in high school over 2 decades ago. She is a blessing in my life. My friendship with her was automatically comfortable.
Being friends with an introvert can be quite challenging. I will always, of course, be there for you, but I might not want to hang out as much as you would like to. I try to avoid crowded places and prefer having a one-to-one conversation in a quiet place.
I am one of the most loyal people in the world. I will always be there for you and I will have your back. Of course, I expect the same in return. Otherwise, this friendship will not last long.
There aren’t many around who are truly there for you.
“Life is like an elevator on your way up, sometimes, you have to stop and let some people off.” – Unknown
No matter how many miles came between us, we were connected. These are friendships that last a lifetime.
“Friendship isn’t about who you’ve known the longest, it’s about who walked into your life, said “I’m here for you” and proved it.” – Unknown
If you have people who care about you, you have everything.
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