Good friends are hard to come by

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good friends are hard to come by

Quote by G. Randolf: “?Truly great friends are hard to find, difficul...”

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Good friends are hard to come by

For those not in the know, words in different languages or dialects are referred to as false friends when they look or sound similar, but differ greatly in meaning. Not to be confused—though they often are—with false cognates which are words that are close in meaning and appearance so it seems as if they have similar roots when, in fact, they do not.

A True Friend Is Hard to Find

All said it. I can personally count on one hand the men I would consider to be true friends, in every sense of the word, to me. Good friends are critical to a life well-lived. God gives us instruction by example. Like David and Jonathan.

Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget. One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to understand and to be understood.
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Making friends -- well, really good friends -- in today's day and age is one of the hardest things to do. It's almost as if the people who were once born with wonderful traits have traded them in for a fancy car, and the kids of these parents are picking up on these bad habits. I'm not by any means speaking about everyone; I am however speaking about certain people I have come in contact with. I have childhood friends from as far back as when I was in the playpen or the stroller, and my teenage girlfriends are still right alongside me till this day. But what I have noticed, as well as experienced, is that some of the people you meet nowadays not all of them are not as big on playing nice, doing things to help each other get ahead, giving the right advice, or even sticking to a simple lunch date. It's like every man for him or herself -- and I'm just referring to simple things like being open, honest and trustworthy.

That translates into nearly 5 million adults who are, in effect, friendless. I am fortunate to be able to claim at least four friends, of both genders, who stretch back nearly 40 years, and a number of other more recent ones that are close and durable. But I have also lost enough to understand that friendships are difficult, and the closer they are the more difficult they become. With friends, if you annoy them too much, they can just drop you. Within this simple fact lies one of the first principles of friendship — tread carefully.

Someone to just listen to us or hang out with us and remind us that life goes on. But what really makes a true friend? Why do we feel closeness with some people that time and distance never diminish? It implies a kindred spirit and deep connection. Why these kind of bonds form is hard to answer. But it is clear what kinds of qualities these true friendships do have. The friends usually have good communication.


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