Helen Keller once said, “walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.” It is natural to desire friendship from others. It makes life a little easier when you have friends to share your life with. However, it is important to be careful of who you decide to call “Friend.” Friends can have a positive or negative impact on your life. You need friends who are going to celebrate you when you succeed and encourage you when you come up short. True friends also don’t constantly bring drama to your life as a result of their poor decision making. To be a friend is a huge responsibility. One of the most important questions you can ask someone who wants to be your friend is, “Can I Trust You?” Trust is a very important element of a friendship. When you let someone in, you have to be sure that they want what’s best for you. Conversely, you have to want what’s best for your friend. When the two of you are truly concerned for one another, then you really have something special. Think about it….
MB (c/o 98)
It Can Be Done