Choosing your friends

Everyone has friends, some are good friends and some are not so good. A good friend will not always agree with you, will tell you the truth even if it hurts you and will keep you on the right path because their friendship isn’t a temporary relationship, but a lifetime commitment. They will warn you if you start hanging out with the wrong crowd, not because they are jealous but because they love you. You will know who these friends are because your heart will tell you. These friends are like angels who just know when you need them. Not everyone has friends like these. Some people don’t want them because they don’t want to be held accountable and some don’t have them because they refused to love them back and appreciate them so they hurt them. If you have a friends like this hold on to them because you may not be trusted with another one like them.


3 thoughts on “Choosing your friends

  1. Clare Flourish says:

    Er, um. I wish to be a good friend, but rarely would I criticise another’s judgment. I think that people make their best choices as they can see, and do our best under difficult circumstances.

    I love your offer of being a Mum. I hope it gives you delight.

    • ineedamom says:

      Criticize? I wouldn’t criticize anyone’s decision either. Being honest doesn’t mean criticism. Friends should be honest and love you enough to at lease try to keep you from making a mistake. Friends look after each others best interest. Because sometimes people do make choices that are not what they feel is best for them but what they feel would be most enjoyable.

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