There was this guy who loved two gals at the same time but he didn’t know which one he loved more.
Someone taught him. Ask yourself this question and answer it honestly:
“When you are happy, which gal would you want to share your happiness with?”
The one you think of is someone you love.
Ask yourself another question and answer it honestly:
“When you are sad, which gal you want to share your burden with?”
The one you think of is also someone you love.
If you think of the same gal when you are happy & sad, that’s the most perfect.
But if you don’t think of the same gal, I would advise you to choose the one you are willing to share your sadness with.
In life, there are more sorrows than happiness. There are too many people with whom you can share your happiness with, not necessarily your lover.
If you live your life happily, you can also enjoy it alone. In sadness, however, there are not many people willing to share your burden with you.
If you are willing to tell someone your happiness, I am sure that person has got to be someone close & an understanding person to you.
But it shouldn’t stop there.
If that person only thinks of you when she is happy, but looks for someone else when she is sad, this lover is too
unstable, she doesn’t treat you as someone she can spend the rest of her life with.
Of course, I will be very happy if I am the first person to share her happiness.
But, if she is sad, I will be too willing to stay by her side & ease her pain.
Only then, will I believe that I hold a very important position in her heart.
If you are sad, who comes to your mind first?
Friendship is a strange thing.
We find ourselves telling each other the deepest details of our lives … things we don’t even share with the families who raised us.
But what is a friend?
A shoulder to cry on?
An ear to listen?
A heart to feel?
A friend is all these … and more.
No matter where we met, no matter how long we’ve been together …
I call you friend.
A word so small,
yet so large in feeling,
a word filled with emotion,
a word overflowing with love.
Truly great things come in small packages.
Once the package of friendship has been opened,
it can never be closed.
It is a constant book always waiting…
waiting to be read…and enjoyed.
We may have our disagreements …
we may have our appointments. …
We may argue …
we may have concern for one another…
friendship is a unique bond that lasts through all tribulations.
A part of each of us goes into our friendships …
our humor …
our experiences …
Who comes first to your mind?