A lot of people go through life with only a few friends. It seems that some have less than that. They have no one on whom they can call in good times or bad. There is no one with whom to bounce ideas around, or to talk about deep and troubling subjects. They have no one to call in times of need or difficulty. They are at the mercy of life, standing alone.
Friendship is a blessing. Friends will cheer us when we’re sorrowful or depressed. Friends will challenge us to attain our original limits with encouragement when we allow ourselves not to go beyond our reasonable boundaries. Friends will motivate us when we’re ready to give in, and they can provide for us when life falls apart.
Friends are there when all is well, and we want someone with whom to share life’s pleasant and memorable moments.
We often just want them around, to have a good time, to laugh, to act silly, to enjoy some mutually liked activity. In many ways have friends enriched our lives and made us feel loved, accepted, respected and cared . Probably, too many to list, and the list grows daily.