From Your Friends to Archenmies

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“From Your Friends to Archenemies”
“The best way to destroy an enemy is to make him a friend.” The line between friends and enemies is not always very thick. Someone can easily switch from a trusted friend into a sworn enemy. In fewer cases, it is possible that some friends are actually our worst enemies. There are countless reasons for this. However, it demonstrates that the social realm is fluid and based on connections and bonds that can be forged, broken and repaired. Few things are cast in stone. Your group of friends and enemies can change several times over a lifetime because we take for granted the people in our lives and they too take us for granted. There are many ways we can compare a friend to an enemy. They change into one another for the same reasons they’re supposed to contrast. Jealousy, envy, greed, attention and overall the competition to be just like you or better.

Unseemingly, a friend can be the best part of a person’s life. A friend is supposed to be there through thick or thin. You should be able to go to your friend for anything. Your friends understands you and never tries to make themselves look better then you in any way. Some friends you have for a lifetime and other for a season. You have to be careful and know who your true friends are because; your best friend could become your worst enemy.

An enemy could be a lot of different things and could come in all shapes and sizes. I feel like anyone that’s not trying to help me do better in life is an enemy. A friend could become an enemy because you have something they don’t. When you have enemies is good to keep an eye on them or try to work things out, you don’t know what an enemy can do. You also get enemies because people don’t know your story or what you have been though in life to get to where you are. Most of us are familiar with the adage "Keep your friends close and enemies closer". This would (or at least should) depend on why a person is your enemy. Again, it is logical...
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