Saturday, August 23, 2014

Taking Friends for Granted

Everyone needs friends to talk to, to be with, to share experiences and listen to. Friends are kept close to the heart and even become closer to us than siblings. Most genuine friendships are taken to the end of ones life, which makes this relationship a very special one and should not be taken for granted.
Taking friends for granted is like breaking the code of conduct between and among each other. Friends are meant to be cherished not used; they are meant to be pillars, not foot mats; friends are meant to be understood not envied; friends are meant to be the wisdom we need not the folly of life.
People treat us the way we treat them. Make friends with those that bring out the best in us and makes us useful friends to others.