1. Be silent if you don’t know the full story. 2. Be silent in the heat of anger. 3. Be silent if your words can offend a person. 4. Be silent if your words can destroy a friendship. 5. Be silent if you can’t talk without yelling. 6. Be silent if your silence can save bonds.
The quality of a friendship should be measured on the strength of your bond and the abundance of love between you, not the number of times you catch up over coffee or go out drinking. We all have different needs, schedules and responsibilities. What’s important is you are there when it matters.
How rare the trust is these days, how small the case looks like a strong bond based on openness and honesty, how small the chance seems to be a bit of loyalty and commitment?!? Even smaller is the chance of a combination of the above, smaller and almost rare.
We all want it, in fact we all call it. We claim to be loyal, to be open, to be honest, but if we are all, how does distrust arise? The disappointment? The abuse of trust and the use of someone else?
Whether it’s love, friendship or family. We all want the same thing. We all want respect, trust, honesty, communication, openness and loyalty consistently. Be aware of your choices, your actions and consequences before you harm a relationship, a relationship that is self-reliant today. If you want them to be true to you, then stay true to yourself first. (Not my words).
Friendship is perhaps one of the deepest bonds in human life. It’s forged through mutual trust, unconditional support and selflessness. It doesn’t matter if you have a thousand friends on facebook twitter, instagram, snapchat or whatever. I mean, seriously how many of them do you actually talk to and hang out with!? In general, smart people have fewer friends. They realize the importance of having real friends and they value those deeply. Yes, the smarter you are, the fewer friends you have Tap OUT..🤗