Why I Love My Friends


Yes, it’s true, I love my friends. I believe friendship is a mutual affection between two or more people. I think it is very important for everyone to have someone dear. It is the way we connect with each other; it is necessary for humans to bond and to have more than just an association with another.

Friendship is sociology, social psychology, anthropology, philosophy, biblical and to be taken literally. Not to be taken for granted, but there are many forms of friendship, some of which may vary from place to place; it comes with a certain characteristics; it’s a precedence like us in the many characteristics of ‘we.’ We don’t question it.  It just is. 

It includes affection, sympathy, empathy, honesty, altruism, mutual understanding and compassion, enjoyment of each other’s company, trust, love and the ability to be oneself. 

A true friend knows me better than I know myself. I can express my feelings, and I can make mistakes without fear of judgment, if I hear it from my friend. 

Friendship is a faithful relationship where it is often based on the sharing and the enjoyment received from giving.  

The friendship is maintained through affection, sharing, and creativity. Friendships begin for many different reasons and it is o.k. if I love my friends. 

Sometimes even when friends move away from each other and it will happen as time forces us to move on due to change, unless you marry your friend, of course, but it is only the places we leave behind where life creates these distances; we do not the leave the friendship. 

What is comforting to know is the wisdom that it suggests that a good friendships enhances our sense of happiness and overall well-being; finding that a strong social support improves good health, it reduces the risk of heart disease; we live longer, we are happier, we love better; living a more fulfilled, better quality of life.  That to me is why I love my friend(s).

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