Do you believe in , that true friendship is possible in the real life ??
Wasn’t friendship its own miracle, the finding of another person who made the entire lonely world seem somehow less lonely
Moving together and interacting with our friends in our circle (offline) ….at least we know each other by face, by real name, our habits, our nature, our jobs, our commitments etc. etc. and it’s an altogether different, in online friendship.
What about online friendship that too with an unknown person ?
what is your experience ??
I always wonder how these unknown online friends who know nothing of the other,but still keep in touch with each other as if they are the long-lost friends and they are also aware that they are separated by thousands of miles in this beautiful world….I don’t know what makes these two to gel so well !!
I even read somewhere that in one such case, the friendship continued even beyond 10 yrs !!
You never regret for making such a strong bond over the time with friends especially unknown….irrespective of the age, background, looks, status, liabilities, their individual responsibilities…….
Just read these beautiful quotes regarding ‘friendship’ by Hanya Yanagihara
Friendship is the most underrated relationship in our lives. It remains the one relation not bound by law, blood, or money — but an unspoken agreement of love.
Why wasn’t friendship as good as a relationship? Why wasn’t it even better? It was two people who remained together, day after day, bound not by sex or physical attraction or money or children or property, but only by the shared agreement to keep going, the mutual dedication to a union that could never be codified.
You won’t understand what I mean now, but someday you will: the only trick of friendship, I think, is to find people who are better than you are—not smarter, not cooler, but kinder, and more generous, and more forgiving—and then to appreciate them for what they can teach you, and to try to listen to them when they tell you something about yourself, no matter how bad—or good—it might be, and to trust them, which is the hardest thing of all. But the best, as well.