I appreciate the value of friendship. I believe in true friends, and my friends are my companions as we journey through life together. We have been companions since we were kids.
My friends see me through dark times, and they always support me. They offer their love and protection when I need it.
I am grateful for my friendships and the shared experiences over the years. I have grown so much in the last few years because of my friendships, and I look forward to continuing our friendship as I grow and age.
I believe that in friendship, we have something to offer each other that benefits us both. As I grow older, I continue to experience many changes as I mature and learn to manage things better.
My friendships give me perspective on life and help me grow in wisdom. I appreciate that I have good memories to draw upon as I navigate the aging process.
I understand that sometimes people change, or friendships can fade – it happens. The key is to forgive myself and acknowledge my responsibility and the other party’s responsibility. I let go of any guilt, and I know that I am still a good person.
Even the best friends can go separate ways, and that’s okay. I owe it to myself to only stay connected when it is the right thing to do, and I remain unselfish and practice non-attachment.
Today, I find ways to reach out to my friends. I can make a list of 10 good friends, call one of them today, and tell them how much I appreciate them.
- If I lost a close friend, would I still have another friend?
- Would I still have valuable friendships if I share my true feelings?
- When does a friendship become a burden?