Losing “friends”, & Making friends

Dwindling like the hairs on an old man’s head. Friends come and go. As we get older, they mostly seem to go. That is, unless we win the lottery, get a role on tv, or win some special attention that can be taken advantage of.

I come to realize the dwindling of friends is more of a blessing than a curse. It allows us to see who is truly a friend, and who never cared to began with.

What is a friend anyway? Someone who’s following us on Facebook? Someone who comes around only when they’re in need? Or someone who will be there for you through thick and thin. Someone who looks to give with no expectation of something in return. A friend could care less if your rich or broke, happy or sad, popular or geeky.

So lose those “friends” and find your friends. Real relationships are a key ingredient to a successful life.



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