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Friendship Speech

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Good morning to the honorable judges , teachers and my fellow friends .I am standing here to deliver a speech about FRIENDSHIP and THE IMPORTANT ROLE THAT IT PLAYS IN OUR LIVES. Firstly, let me ask all of you , WHAT IS FRIENDSHIP? …. well ,friendship consists of true friends that can make you laugh when skies are the darkest , true friends that will even hurt you only if its for your own good , friends that will protect you under any circumstances and friends that will make you feel like you’re on the top of the world when you’re feeling crushed to the ground. My fellow audiences,

Have you ever noticed that when a friend is happy you find yourself happy too, even when it has nothing to do with you? A true friend is like a mirror .Do you know why ? its because they reflect yourself .When I say that, I mean by emotionally , spiritually and many more. When you’re happy ,they’re happy and when you’re sad , they’re feeling pretty much the same way you’re feeling too. People today , in this new era of technology and moderncy have lost sight of what a true friendship is. Friends do not have to be exactly the same, I mean, come on, friends do have similarities but they also have their differences. The key to opening up the world of friendship is not just to focus on the similarities but to accept each others faults because true friends do not judge each other. Friends love unconditionally. They do have their little angry moments from time to time but at the end of the day all is forgiven and forgotten. As quoted by Oscar Wilde, "Anybody can sympathize with the sufferings of a friend but it requires a very fine nature to sympathize with a friend’s success. True friends are very rare to find but once you’ve found them, don’t let them go because not everyone has true friends even if they’re popular and famous. I hope all of you as my audience get the true meaning of friends because its wonderful to be with such amazing friends. Thank you.