April 22, 2009
In a person’s life time, he or she meets hundreds or even thousand of acquaintances, yet how many of them can be close pals or buddies in the end? I refer to those people who are real and true to you without putting up a front and you can be yourself when you with them.
In this fast and furious world, it can be difficult to establish and maintain truly close and intimate friendships. People are busy; people are running to and fro at a frantic pace with barely a chance to keep all their plates spinning at one time. As such, even the most infectious personality can juggle two or three two or three close friends at a time. Since truly close relationships are so rare, it cannot hurt to learn extra insights into making friendships work.
The friendship that lasts will take commitment. You must invest time and energy in the relationship. For this to happen, you must have a positive attitude when it comes to friendships.
Also, have a good spirit that will guide you to forgiving the wrongs and making things right when they are not. It is not about perfection; it is about choosing to have a friendship that is true and different from the rest.
Remember that for a friendship to last, it will have to take collective effort from friends. If you are speaking from the same page, your friends will follow suit when you set a good example, why not try true friendship and see the difference it will make in your life.