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by Ernestine Niyobuhungiro

SNHU Graduate, Rwanda




Friendship is something that I still need to understand since it is still mysterious to me. It is
joyful and hurtful at the same time. I haven’t seen someone who knows what it is fully. When
someone has friends, they always have expectations. They want to be cared for, to be trusted and
to be loved. Whenever, the results are different, it becomes a true definition of what we call
Friends are expected to be loyal to each other, supportive and true to each other. This is what
makes friendship enjoyable and worth keeping. Friends listen to each other and that gives hope
and joy. For those who have friends, I mean true friends are considered to be happy and the key
to their happiness can mostly be found in the hands of their friends.
In case of betray life becomes hard, friends become enemies. Again we need to remember that,
what makes friends, friends; can be broken at any time and that marks the end of what we call
friendship. As a matter of fact, “a best friend is like a four leaf clover, hard to find, lucky to
have” (anonymous). I do agree with this quote indeed, and my reasons are based on my
experiences. Whenever you have so called friends, I mean not true friends; you always risk to
lose more, and to be hurt as well. Whenever you have true friends, your secrets are safe, and
whenever you are down you have someone to run to. So, if you have true friends make sure they
are happy as you want to be, give them the best that you would want to have in return. If you are
looking for them, you must remember that each choice has consequences that can not only hurt
you but your surroundings as well.


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