People commemorate their accomplishments and are congratulated in kind.
Even without much discussion, I feel connected to people as they share their experiences, dreams, and achievements.
It is said that house can be known by the friends who frequent it. Mahatma Gandhi says adversity is the crucible test for friendship. Examples of true friends are many in our Puranas and history.
They may live nearby, may go to the same school or may be doing the same work. True friends are like one soul, living in two bodies. A real friend is one who comes to you, when all others have left. But at the end of the journey, each goes his own way and the casual friendship is also gone. When fortune turns against you, they would be nowhere to be seen. Even in you have a thousand friends you can still add one more.
It is a wonderful feeling knowing that you have a friendship where you can always rely on someone to be there in your moment of need!
In conclusion, friendship is a huge part of our lives and it is something to be treasured.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the things that can show the true value of friendship.
One aspect of friendship which is incredibly important is companionship.
This is because when you have friends, you know that you can always reach out to them for help and they will be ready and willing to lend a hand whenever they are able to.
Friends can rely on one another for all manner of assistance from helping you to move house to run errands for you when you are unwell or even just helping you to perfect your hair and make up for a big date!