Tomodachi says the Japanese, Mitra in Sanskrit, Amigo says an Italian, Arkadas in Turkish. To make myself clear, internationally speaking those words I mentioned just now is simply a friend in English. A poem goes like this- It takes more than caring To be a real friend; The nature of friendship; Requires a blend
Of warmest compassion And deep love.
To reach and to comfort The way that you do.
Because I can seeThat your kind of friendship Is priceless to me. A unique blend of affection, loyalty, love, respect, trust and loads of fun is perhaps what describes the true meaning of friendship between two individual. Similar interests, mutual respect, and strong attachment with each other are what friends share between each other. To experience what is friendship, one must have true friend, who are indeed rare treasures. We all have a lot of friends, but do we have that true blue friend? Do we have a friend to whom we can say anything to, whether it always makes sense or not? True friendship is something very special. The ones who are fortunate enough to have a true friend know how spectacular it is. A true friend is someone who occupies a permanent space in our hearts. The depth and degree of this friendship does not change with number of meetings or gifts exchanged. The bond shared between true best friends is a very strong bond of love. Friendship makes life more meaningful. Our lives could otherwise be lonely without friends because friends make good company. Friendships are not just a luxury; they are also a necessity for healthy psychological development. Research shows that children with friends have a greater sense of well-being, better self-esteem and fewer social problems than individuals without friends. On the other hand, children with friendship problems are more likely than other children to feel lonely, to be victimized by peers, to have problems adjusting to school. It seems logical that having friends at school would enhance a child's academic...
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