Friendship. What does it stand for?

To define is to limit. So defining friendship will be a paradox in itself.

We all sure have people who are not related to us by blood but by heart. People who stay by when we need them. People who share both happiness and sadness with us. Friends do add a magic to life. No one understands friendship or emotions completely, but yes, if you can feel all sorts of emotions with some person, he is indeed your friend.

Life is short. Spend it with people who can make you more happy and feel loved.

Friends can be of all sorts. There can be a “let’s hang out” friend, there can be “Shopping together” friend, there can be a “exam hall cheating” friend and the list never ends.

A friend is someone who knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts what you’ve become, and still, gently allows you to grow.

A friend is a blessing in disguise. We throw insults at each other, get happy when the other fails, we laugh when the other gets embarrassed but we have each other’s back when worst comes to worst.

As we live with our friends, we make memories that lead to stronger bonds and ties. Best friend is someone with whom we have the most memories.

Doubt that stars are fire, doubt the sun does move, doubt the truth to be a lie but never doubt power of friendship.

Good Memories are indeed the food that makes our soul happy and thus, our best friends are some of the few people closest to our heart.

Take a moment and look back in life. Have you made friends that you can cherish? Do you have memories that you can relish? If not, what’re you waiting for? Go out there and make friends.
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