Miracles only happen if you believe in miracles-Paulo Coelho


“Both of them were uncertain;

Both of them were trying as much as they could;

Both of them would doubt themselves, would progress and recede.

But they would both keep trying, because they trusted the other, and because the other person was the only other person who ever be worth such hardships, such difficulties, such insecurities and exposure”

Hanya Yanagihara

Question to you

Do you believe, that true friendship is possible in the real life??

What is my experience?

I guess true friendship is a humbug.

Both online and offline friends ditched me.

True friendship is a tool to blackmail each other.

No surprise I have become an introvert.

WP is the only medium I can maintain my balance.

Did you ever feel bitterness from your friendship?

If you don’t mind, you can share your feelings and experience and probably I can understand the world better.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr Philo

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10 thoughts on “Miracles only happen if you believe in miracles-Paulo Coelho

  1. I think it would ultimately depend on the person, their expectations, and what they’re willing to accept.
    Open minds and open hearts are essential.. but most of us just aren’t that evolved yet.
    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Wow!
      You cleared my doubt once for all!
      I love your statement
      “Open minds and open hearts are essential ..but most of us just aren’t that evolved yet”
      How true it is!
      Every friend claims that he/she is honest, in reality it’s not so.
      So it’s a never ending saga.
      In the process friendship becomes the casualty.
      Thank you my friend.

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  2. Thats a tricky one. I think if you’re prepared to be friendly, you do run the risk of being let down and getting hurt. I do have a very dear friend that I trust entirely but I have been let down and betrayed in the past; but as with all relationships, you need to ask if the potential for pain is worth the risk if the alternative is solitude and loneliness.

    I also think we need to be honest to ourselves and our friends; sometimes we drift apart or travel in different directions and we need to be courageous enough to let those friendships end.


      1. Don’t be too hard on yourself. I think the negative experiences help to show us that friendship is important and to really appreciate our best friends. Sometimes we can feel the world is against us, but don’t give up. I believe in the general goodness of people, but sometimes we just get caught up in our own world and don’t think about others, including our friends

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