Hope and Friendship - Jitendra Suthar

Someone once said, “Having good friends who love and support you for whom you are are important
for your happiness. Figuring out what makes a good friend can teach you how to be there for your friends when they need you the most.”

Today, I will be talking about people’s opinions on friendships, what makes a good friend, and how to be a good friend so then you’ll learn how to choose a good friend. Normally, we all have the same opinion on a good friendship. A friend is someone special that helps you through good and bad times. It has been shown in statistics that the better quality of your friendships, the happier you are and the better you feel about yourself!

Friendships can be short or last a lifetime and as you get older, you may find that your friends change. For example, we all started school being nervous and wondering, “Will I have someone to play with at recess?” or “Will I make friends?” Now, After finishing post-graduation, I have made so many friends that I would hope to continue staying connected with, but I’m also looking forward to meeting new people and build lifelong pals. Now, we have opinions about good friendships, but what about bad friendships? What can they cause? Usually, some results from bad friends can lower you.

Where there is friendship, there is hope. We all have a person standing by us in any situation no matter it is wrong or right is our friend. We have a tendency of searching for a shoulder where we can pour our self out and that our friend. 
As we get older, we will find that our closest friends may change from day to day. This is normal because as we become mature, we may develop new interests, which will expose us to a new set of friends. Regardless of who we are spending time with or view as our closest friend, it is important to remember that we should always treat each other with a very high level of respect so we get the most out of our friendships we develop. Like a quote that someone said, “There comes a time in your life when you realize who really matters, who never did, and who you always will” 

Jitendra Suthar
The Fabindia School

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