My Friends Help Me to Become a Better Person!
Last semester, God blessed me with a very good friend. We were seatmates in one of my afternoon classes and so we can see each other every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We enjoyed talking about anything- how our day was, what we experienced that we find cool and interesting, who brighten up or destroyed our day, our reaction with the TV program or the way a teacher handles the class and the long list goes on. (But of course, we don't talk while the class was going on- just before and after or if there's still time, just somewhere along the road...) Although we are different in many ways, we also share interests and point of view about life. We laugh on the same jokes and situations and we feel sad in the same sentimental moments. Both of us have scholarship to maintain. Even though, we already passed our subject and the first semester was over, our friendship still continues.
I also have caring friend since my first year in college who despite all my imperfections, still continue to be there for me. She would always say that real friends don't always declare support for each other because if a friend is about to do something wrong, the other one will be there to oppose and to made her see the clearer view. Our friendship is tested and proven!
I know that time will come that we will part ways just like me and my other friends back in my elementary and high school days but I would forever be thankful to God because He has given me the gift of friendship. With my new-found
friends, I realized that even though we cannot be together forever, for our journey might lead us to different destinations, still friendship could still remain. If you have been my friend, your membership in my life runs for lifetime-No expiration date but It would be best to renew it once in a while!
I believe that God sends us people whom He used as instrument to make us better persons. My friends are my treasure and even though they walk in and out of my life, the memories we have built are everlasting and the lessons we have learned will benefit me forever.