Friendship

Friendship

Friendship is a form of interpersonal relationship akin to an association. There are a range of degrees of intimacy in both friendships and associations. Friendship and association are often thought of as spanning across the same continuum. Friendship, together with association in a wider analysis span the fields of sociology, social psychology, anthropology, philosophy, and zoology.

Friendship is also a blessing and after enjoying the video you will know that people as well as friends come into our lives for a reason. A friend is the channel through whom emotional, spiritual, and sometimes even physical blessings flow. Friends cheer us when we’re sorrowful. Friends challenge us when we allow ourselves to get beyond ourselves. Friends motivate us when maybe we are about to admit defeat, and they provide for us when our life seems like it is falling apart.

Friendship is also  about being there when all is well, and when we just need someone with whom to share life’s pleasant and memorable moments. Friends are to have a good time with; to laugh, to act up, to enjoy some mutual activity. Have you ever wondered in how many ways your friends have enriched your life and made you feel loved, accepted, respected and cared for? How many of your friends have you done the same for? These things are the essence of enduring and genuine frienship.

Why not take a moment or two and thank someone today for their friendship with you?

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