>Would you be a great friend if you agreed with everything that your friend did or said?

If you were a real friend would you be able to tell your friend how you really feel or would you think it would be too difficult and you didn’t want to swallow that pill?  Would you think that they’d judge you or give a harsh retort?  Or do you think they’d get upset and act really short?  How could two people call themselves friends but can’t share their deepest thoughts or know where to even begin?  Why would it be too hard to say “You hurt my feelings”?  Or how you acted the other day was not very appealing?  Why isn’t it easy to tell someone what they did or said was wrong?  And why is it so easy to not talk to a person you’ve called friend for many years?  Was it that the friendship was not worth it so you will just disappear?  If you were able to call a person friend once upon a time why couldn’t you tell them your thoughts face-to-face or on the phone line?  If a person hurt you they should be the one you tell.  Not the masses who doesn’t care why your friendship failed.  If your friendship can not survive a few disruptions and I’m not talking blow ups or mass erruptions; but some things that could really be worked out.  If you felt you could talk to them so that they could remove some doubt. But if you never really allow a person a chance to hear your side or to even explain, you’ll never really have the ultimate friendship that lasts throught sunshine and rain

Published by Kai Mann

Empowering and educating others around the world about the nature of self-love, self-growth, and the importance of self-awareness that leads to authentic change and infinite transformation.

4 thoughts on “>Friends

  1. >This is so true. To be honest I think the title of friends is grossly misused, not to mention that I believe most don't even know how to be a friend. Hard to be honest when your not even sure how to handle a friendship in the first place. Love the work!


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