WHAT IS A FRIEND

True friend’s will never be ashamed of you

A person who walks in when others walk out is a true friend. Friends are life’s preservers.

Fake friends are people who only appear when its convinient, they are people who are always there but never really truly there when needed.

Fake friends are like this, during the dry season they are nowhere to be found; they only come flowing in with the water during the Rainy season.

They never come bearing any gifts yet they always leave with something. They are the first to disapprove and discourage you whenever you have a good idea or believe in something. They will never believe in you, your ideas and your abilities. They stick with you because they believe they are better than you in every way. They are always ready to lough at your failures and mistakes. They believe they are in some kind of competition with you, hence they rejoice when you hit a push back or stumble in life.

Fake friends spend more time talking rather than lestening. FAKE FRIEND ARE LIKE SHADOWS, They are there during the good times but as soon as the sun sets THEY DISSAPPEAR.

Becareful of who you hang around, be aware of your surroundings and your surrounders. If you’ve got fake friends hanging around you all the time you dont have to please anyone just CUT THEM OFF. If you are a fake friend to someone or somebody CHANGE YOUR WAYS TODAY.

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23 thoughts on “WHAT IS A FRIEND

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  2. capost2k

    “Do not be deceived: ‘Bad company ruins good morals.’โ€ 1 Corinthians 15:33
    And from America’s first president: โ€œAssociate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own character. It is better to be alone than in bad company.โ€ (George Washington)

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