Talk about a friend you had as a child or teenager.
You should say:
When and how you first met this friend
What things you liked to do together
What things you had in common and explain why this friendship was important to you.
Who are friends and what is meaning of friendship?
A lot of people go through life with only a few friends. It seems that some people have less than that. They have no one on whom they can call in good times or bad. There is no one with whom to bounce ideas around, or to talk about deep and troubling subjects. They have no one to call in times of need or difficulty. They are at the mercy of life, standing alone. Others seem to have a large number of friends. Wherever they go, people know them and like to be around them. When trouble strikes, their biggest quandary might be over which friend to call. They know exactly the person with whom to discuss the topics of inquiry and debate. Life is full of entertaining and invigorating relationships because it is full of friends. We can discuss and debate with friends, they have a lot of ideas and they discuss any topic which is hard to discuss.
Of course, some people are perfectly happy to operate with fewer friends. They might prefer to have a few deep and loyal friends, than many superficial ones.
Others thrive best when friends are everywhere and numerous. To these, it is not so much the number of friends that is important as is the possession of friends.
It has been a long lifetime of friends. They come and go. They pop into your life for many reasons. Sometimes you make a friend because you have an activity in common. You both belong to a club and are working on a project together.
The activity ends, and sometimes the friendship also ends. Sometimes we develop a friendship because this person lives next door, and one of you moves, and once again the friendship ends. That convenience of