Greetings earthlings! Our topic for the day is about friendship and relationships we value or for some reason, neglect a few whether it’s intentionally or an outcome of a certain conflict or misunderstanding. Well, beyond any doubt, almost everyone of us have their own peers right? It just differs from its number and how long have you been so imminent to each other.
Well, for you, how do you define friendship? For several people, friends are their second family who they can turn to at all times and it’s to whom they seek advice and one of the people they desire to be with by any means. On the other hand, some people, for a specific reason, just tend to take advantage of their chums’ capabilities for their own benefit and if they find you humdrum already, they would just simply leave you and act as if they never been a part of your life.
Furthermore, you might be wondering where I’m coming from and what crossed my mind for me to come up with this blog post about this matter, yes? Well, even before, I already have diverse encounters about friendships and relationships As what I’ve mentioned here, I’ve immensely experienced bullying since Grade 2, right? Having said that, I had divergent encounters on being ignored, running after people that don’t value as much as I do, being taken advantage of, people suddenly leaving me and such. And at present, I still do encounter those kinds of people.
And not just for me, but I bet for all of us, when friendships ends suddenly, whether you know the reason or not, it tends to cause you pain and you feel like questioning yourself where did you lack for that friend to leave you, right? Well, all we have to do is seek help and trust God for He is our best friend. (Psalms 46:1-3 – God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with surging.)
Furthermore, though I have a friend right now whom I’ve been close for more than a year and she “suddenly” ignored (and ignoring) me for no apparent reason, I would still continue loving her as much as I do before. (Proverbs 17:17)
I strongly suggest that you do the same with yours, dearies! 🙂