Friendship


True friendship comes when silence between two people is comfortable. Dave Tyson Gentry

Some of our best friends are those with whom we share a close rapport but not necessarily have much in common. They could be of varied backgrounds – educational, financial, religious, temperaments etc. What is interesting is that the friendship is based on a camaraderie that is hard to define, a chemistry too complex to understand and a relationship of trust.

When we examine our own friends circle we would be hard pressed to explain how or why the friendship developed. We might even discover that there is very divergent views held by us on almost everything and yet we are comfortable in the company of each other. There is an understanding of mutual admiration, carefree acceptance and an inherent trust none of which can be pinpointed or expressed in words. There are many friends whom we might lose touch with because of geographical distances and yet when we meet the spark of the friendship is ignited immediately.  The best friends are those who can sense your moods and  needs and without a word being spoken put you at ease.

Remember :”The only way to have a friend is to be one.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Try these:

List out what you have in common with your best friend.

  • List out the traits/ habits/actions of the same best friend that you dislike
  • Do a how well do I know my friend test by answering the following
  • His / her favorite color, dream holiday location, pet passion etc. Check with them later and you can ask them to do the same for you too.

This post is courtesy www.actspot.com

You are also welcome to visit www.poweract.blogspot.com for another set of inspirational and motivational quotes

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