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the art of friendshipCategory: a story i wrote
Sunday, 2 December 2007
04:18:03 AM (GMT)
The art of friendship
                                          By karisha

The true meaning of friendship is love. When somebody is your friend your suppose to
treasure them like gold. You can have more than one friend you cam have a thousand
friends but the important thing is that you love them all. Friends should be able to
talk about stuff like games,cooking,fashion and other stuff. True friends are people
who care about each other does things that seem out of the way will stand up for you
and help you if your in  trouble. Friends are always there for you from your
birthdays,weddings,graduation and other stuff a friend is something you hold on to
and don’t let go. If you and your friend get in a fight the best way to settle is
by apologizing. Never let anything come between you and your friendship its no good
having a friend who does not care about you and you don’t care about them. To tell
you the truth I don’t really have friends the only friends I have is my family but
I still no the true meaning of friendship. True friends will not ask you for
money,gifts or beg you for your stuff unless you offer it to them. So if you have a
friend who begs you for stuff and ask for money and does not repay you back that
person is not your friend instead they are using you and when you can’t help them
out anymore they dump you like yesterdays garbage. A friend can be anyone you like
short,tall,fat or skinny but it does not make them different from you instead it
makes you love them more. If any of you have ever read the story of Damon and Pythias
that is a true friendship.

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