One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to understand and to be understood.
School has started and we are all super excited to see all of our friends, in my opinion, when I started first day at school last Thursday I was super nervous because I did not know anyone in any of my courses. Welcome to University they said! Every year I attend university or even a semester I meet new people and I love meeting new people and expanding my friendships with others and new friends that I meet, on the other hand people who went back to high school have the same friends since Elementary School which is awesome in my opinion.
It is very important to treasure those friendships, especially because we do not know when they might end or even how. Some of my friendships has ended long time ago with some of my friends back in high school and we are friends on Facebook and all but some of them, I haven’t spoken to in almost 4 years since we graduated. As for myself, I do not make friends easily, so it is very important for me to have a group of friends who support me and have time to hangout with me even though there might not be any time to hangout, but true friends WILL and SHOULD always find time to see you.
The Bible describes friendship as “willingness to lay down your life for the person you call friend.” That is the true Biblical definition of friendship. My husband and I watch a serious on Netflix called Atypical, I love that show and if anyone of you has ever seen it, it shows strong friendship between a brother and a sister. Friendship can be between brother and sister, father and daughter, mother and son, but true friendships in my opinion is the best ones with whom you make the best memories with.
My husband is my best friend, I know he has other friends and they probably do know him more deeply than I know him maybe because they went to elementary/high school together and grew up together, even though we are married, but it is not a bad thing.