Friendship is the Value of Life
“They’re a rotten crowd’, I shouted across the lawn. ‘You’re worth the whole damn bunch put together.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
Everyone places value on something for very different reasons. The most significant thing is what our values are and the importance we give to those values. So many things that we think have so much value, really have transient value, and we overlook the things of true and lasting importance. We should always place great value on what is real and genuine. Mostly everyone places great value on life. So what’s the value of life? I believe the value of life consists of many qualities. To me, the main value of life is friendship. Friendships bond the world together by the tie of promises and morality between people. It causes the world to connect in so many diverse ways it is unbelievable. For example, long lasting friendships can be created by just meeting in a coffee shop or at a grocery store. The connection with another can give you the ability to see yourself as others see you, and only then you would know how exceptionally special you are. Life is filled and fortified with friendships, from the first friendships with your parents and family, to your childhood friends, and even teachers. The meaningful outcome of friendship made me realize different goals in my life and profoundly shaped me into who I am today.
There’s always that one friend that surpasses every other person you’ve ever met in your life. The person who has constantly believed in you with all their heart and soul. The one who can lift your spirits by just saying a few simple words and being there through tenacious struggles that life hurls at you. Typically, that one friend is called your best friend. I would say I have the greatest friend of all time. I know its cliché, but she’s the one person that has made the biggest difference in my life. She’s the person that gave me a whole...
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