In our business and life experiences, we have come across many people. Some will hate us while others will adore us. The ones who hate can be referred to as enemies and the ones who show adoration will be called friends. In truth, there are three types of friends. They are the acquaintances he/she makes in school or employment, the friends he/she loses as one grows, and best friends who may stray, but never too far away.
First of all, there are those friends that are only seen in school or work. Seeing them on the street is like they are not even there. One may have known them throughout their whole school/career, but have never talked to them outside of school/career. These acquaintances are nice people to talk to, but there is never an effort to do anything more than that. These friends are good because there are never any chances to take with them. One just talks to them and then, they go on their merry way. These acquaintances are the people who are talked to about different hobbies, Not ones personal life. School acquaintances are the people that one will not see for the first time until the schools ten year reunion.
Second, there are former friends. These are the ones that grew up in ones neighborhood and moved away. These are the friends who will bring back memories that people thought were forgotten. One might be embarrassed at first about seeing a former friend, but as soon as conversation starts one feels vibrant.
Third, there are real friends and real friends are difficult to acquire, and even harder to keep. Friendships are hard work. Not many people are up to the challenge of creating lasting relationships with people that will last a lifetime. Many friends come and go throughout one's life, used as they are needed, and disposed of after their time is expired. So what qualities does a true friend possess? Real friends are very hard to come by. Most relationships will not endure...
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