Years Pass By, But Friendship Stays On Forever

 

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“Depth of friendship does not depend on length of acquaintance.” ― Rabindranath Tagore

 

Time is like a dewdrop. You never know when you have missed the beauty of the moment. Often times, you realize it quite late especially when the moment has fallen past its existence. During the course of life, we come across many people. While some become the best of friends, others get lost in the sands of time, never to be seen again. However, this should never be the criteria to judge the depth of friendship. For friendship knows no boundaries, neither in place nor in time!

Keep Making Friends: For you never know who might end up staying on Forever

There are times when we tend to forget old friendships while we start making new ones. There are also the times when we stick on to old friendships and keep giving less importance to the newer ones. We are led to believe that those whom you have known for quite a long time are always the best for you. However, what we fail to realize is that you never know who might actually come into your life and have better plans for your tomorrow, than the ones whom you have known the longest. It is just a matter of the effort due to which some friendships stay on forever, no matter what befalls. It is these friendships that will make an actual difference to your life!

True Friendship is always Uncertain

You do not get to decide who comes into your life. All you get to decide is how you hold onto the person who believes in you, supports you, and remains your friend until your last breath. So, embrace the uncertainty of time and let life gift you true friendship worth a lifetime!

 

Written By: Monika Nag

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