RE: What Do you think?
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Sometimes it's not about the benefits, even when we're talking about our newer batch of friends who we've gotten to know as adults.
Yes, some childhood friendships are somewhat indestructible; even if there's a huge gap in terms of communication and meet ups, the friendship still stays intact after years and years. It's just there because of the solid memories we have together, the time we spent and the things we learned as we grew together.
Now, a time might come when you don't see eye to eye anymore, even if you were once the closest of friends. Times change, we change, our goals and paths change, after that a bit of distance is created, much necessary distance. Yet, benefit or no benefit, the friendship and respect is always somewhat present, especially when it comes to brotherhood
Hmm true. So I guess friendship shouldn't be based on benefits and I now see some sense in that. Friends stay friends even if they're not benefitting anything from one another... But I will like to know what you look out for when making new friends though.
Anyone who passes the "vibe check", but let's say there are "levels" to my friendship; barriers one has to pass, not a test, it's just about natural synergy. First impressions, how we gel, our mindset and the way we view and take on life. A lot of little details piled up into one, and after quite a few chats and meet ups, you should be able to figure if you want this person in your life or not.
I know a lot of people from many different communities and age groups, but when it comes to having "real friends" trust is the one and only trait I look for. The people you don't mind taking care of, you have their backs and they have yours. 🥃☮️
Yeah I totally agree with you here 💯. Thanks for reading and sharing your thoughts on the matter bro.
Anytime brother. 💪