Food for thought.

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It’s been a lot to digest. For me, it’s how some people can never acknowledge the little things. I really took inventory in my life of the people that were in it and I just felt that I had a lot of friends that just never showed up. As sad of a process as it can be, it’s also kind of freeing to know that I have a whole other compartment in my heart that I could put the “party friends”. I also felt that some people were my true friends when it has actually come to my attention that they aren’t. Sometimes you just want people to say “I’m too busy to participate in anything but the fun things” because then it’s easier to separate the two kinds of friendships and not expect more from people who continuously let you down. There’s a famous saying that we all know, which simply put is “treat others how you would like to be treated”, and I think it’s as easy as that. Those who are my true friends will always be priotitized in my life the way that I am in theirs. Those who are only there on occasion, may tend to get that same sentiment in return. It may sound harsh, but it is true. You get what you give in friendships, and also in life.

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2 thoughts on “Food for thought.

  1. Real friends are there through the adversity and prosperity. You will always benefit each other, and the relationship will only end at death.

  2. One saying I heard and it meant alot to me which relates to this is “If you are the smartest person in the room, you are in the wrong room.”

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