Friendship isn’t a subject which you could learn at school, matter of fact, it’s a state of mutual trust and honesty linking two or more parties. In addition, the key factors rely on maintaining assurance and respecting everyone's thoughts, ideas, and personalities, rather than betraying one another in any manner. However, I didn’t quite have a satisfying background when it comes to the topic of friendship. When I was in 6th grade, I thought I had a fairly reliable group of friends whom I could trust and would always be by my side, but that was not the case. One bright, sunny day at Calle Mayor Middle School, I was wearing a blue shirt and black shirts with some converse when I encounter my best friend at the time, Aadhya. Initially, I was about to ask her if she finished her homework, but then Aadhya whispered, “I’m so sorry dude. I didn’t know what to do”. At that point in time, I was confused and before I even asked her what happened, she left and the bell rang so we both went to class, in two completely opposite directions. As I walked to class, I wondered to myself, “Why is she apologizing for no reason? What happened? What did she do?”, and as soon as I entered my classroom, the majority of people turned and gave me this weird stare which was when I knew something was up and Aadhya was related to this situation. Eventually, Bella rushed to my seat and asked, “Khushi, why would you do that? What were you thinking?”, and that’s when I exploded. Not to mention, the
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The friendships form because they lack care from other people in their lives and need the friendship to compensate their loss of emotion. Although two people in the friendship have different genders and ages, they have similar life experiences and living background so they can understand each other’s feelings.
Loyalty is an indispensable virtue in friendship. If we consider each other as friends, then we can be able to share and disclosure all the sadness, happiness, suffers, and secrets with each other. Nevertheless, the important thing here is both of us have to be trust and loyal by keeping our secret to ourselves and will not tell about the secrets to anyone. Talking is easy but acting is not. To find a loyal friend and have a loyal friendship are not the easy tasks. However, I feel very happy and lucky because I have found for myself a loyal friend, her name is . Elizabeth Our friendship is very intense, loyal, and close no matter what is happening. The most nature important and essential in friendship is always the loyalty from both sides and the feeling is incredibly happy and when someone has find for his or her a real friend is very; however, both friends have to experience the difficulties together in order to see who is loyalist.
Human interaction and the bonds of friendship and love between people have fascinated us for centuries. Scientists, poets, authors, and many others have inquired, explored, and expressed their findings throughout history. Whereas scientists ' focal point is often the reasoning behind these feelings and why we behave the way we do, authors approach the subject with a representation of what it means to be human and possess these qualities. In every culture throughout time, authors have delved into stories, both real and imagined, that illustrate the relationships between people and the loyalty to one another. Through the use of characters and plot, they have depicted how the true measure of a person 's character lies in his integrity and how he interacts with others. Charles Dickens, an author during the Victorian era, is held as one of the greatest novelist of all time. Dickens addresses many universal themes and issues in all of his novels. In Charles Dickens ' extolled novel, Great Expectations, through the skillful crafting of characters such as Abel Magwitch, Pip, and Joe, the renowned author illustrates the bond of loyalty between humans and the actions of responsibility that it procures, as well as the value and true humanity of a person stemming from his inner worth.
“It’s finally the holiday season!” Albert wrote in his journal. The time when everybody comes together. Families reunite, and broken friendships heal. The typical family in my neighborhood comes together on Thanksgiving. Differently, my family doesn't see anybody unless their is a Bar Mitzvah or a funeral. I barely know my own dad. He works on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.He has to be away for months at a time. Sometimes we get to Skype. On those short rare occasions when I see his tired face, he always lectures me about the value of education and how if I don't concentrate on school I'll end up like him. Doing a dirty job, far away from his home and family.
Stanley Yelnats was accused of stealing a pair of shoes and got sent to Camp Green Lake, a juvenile delinquent centre. At Camp Green Lake you dig holes to “build character.” Stanley’s no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather somehow put a curse on his family, which made them always be at the wrong place at the wrong time.
In this study, I have presented the personal experiences of friendship of a mother in her first year at University. The research though not unique it adds to the growing body of literature on friendship and identifies some themes that are supported by the literature.
Being in public school for thirteen years I have learned a lot. I have learned how to read, math, science, etc. While all these things I’ve learned are superb and can help me in life they are not the most important lessons I’ve learned throughout my life. I have learned the hardest thing anyone can learn is how to form friendships with others. Making friends is a hard thing to learn because no one teaches it. There is no class that helps kids learn to make friends. People must learn how to make friends on their own, it is a life skill which no class in school can teach people. I struggled like everyone else to learn this, and at times I felt I struggled more than others.
Beginning in public school for thirteen years I have learned a lot. Some things I have learned are how to read, math, science, etc. These are good things to learn in school, but not the most important thing I have learned in my life. I have learned the hardest thing anyone can learn is how to from friendships with others. Forming friendships is a hard thing to learn because no one teaches it. There is no classes that helps kids learn to make friends. Everybody for the most part has to learn all of it on their own. I struggled like everyone else to learn this, and at times I felt I struggled more than others.
It is strange how fast your life structure can crash around you; how everything you knew and trusted could be swiped from underneath you. All it took was one day to unravel twelve years of friendship. Twelve years of laughing, twelve years of notes passed under desks, twelve years of telling secrets and twelve years of tears all gone within one day. I do not remember what day I decided to end it all, but I do remember the aftermath of what I’d done.
As I rush to the hospital, l almost crash many times as I am trying to text and drive. I swerve the corner of the parking lot trying to find an empty spot to park. I end up parking in the way back because it’s packed. I park and jump out almost tumbling over on the hot cement. The doors swing wide open as I rush in to the front desk.
The most distressing thing that can happen is when you feel like an outcast or have no friends. Don't get me wrong friends are important but, they should never become the center of your life.
It is human nature to have friends. A friend is someone we know well and have a special bond with. They are there to listen when we need to talk or lend us a shoulder when we need to cry. Each friend we meet in life has their own unique personality. Therefore, the different joys they bring us make them such an important part of our life. We come across a variety of friends along the way who mean more than anything; some we cherish dearly and a few we question. Along the course of my life, I’ve had 3 types of friends who have made an impact on me, one is adventurous, another is a brutally honest, and lastly, one that has been a lifelong friend but only reaches out when it benefits her.
I believe that I can ruin my own opportunities. If I have a bad attitude one day, then that bad attitude could ruin more than just other people’s moods. I can ruin my friendships and relationships with people. It all comes down to me. I am the reason for failed relationships and friendships. I shelter myself and hide from the world, not wanting to deal with the reality of my life.
Friends are there to give support through the tough times, help determine strenuous decisions, and also, to enjoy. While it’s essential to have friends who will give guidance and help you along your life path, at this point in my life, my priority is to enjoy time with friends. Support is from friends is valued when you need it, and right now I don’t. Yet, I still value friends themselves.