Without friendship,one can not be happy though he is well off.Friendship is
one of the greatest pleasures that people can enjoy.It is very difficult to find
a better definition of friendship than given by the philosipher Aristotle in
these words:"Two bodies inhabited by one soul."True friends find pleasure in
each other's joy and share sorrow in each other'sgrief.In times of trial,they
will offer their help without hesitation.
Since friendship is so valuable,we should be eager to find friends.We must
choose those who have very good character,superior ability and kind heart.On the
other hand,we should avoid those shallow people who can be easily estranged by
adversity or misfortune.Of course,we must endeavoue at the same time to
cultivate all those good qualities in ourselves,so that we will be true friends
of others.Such friendship will never be broken up,because the foundation on
which it is set up is quite firm and strong.
Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while,
leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same.
The best kind of friend is the one you could sit on a porch with, never
saying a word, and walk away feeling like that was the best conversation you've
A good friend is a connection to life - a tie to the past, a road to the
future, the key to sanity in a totally insane world.
I always felt that the great high privilege, relief and comfort of
friendship was that one had to explain nothing.
In everyone's life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst
into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful
for those people who rekindle the inner spirit.
Friendship Friends play an important part in our lives,and although we may
take friendship for granted,we often dont clearly understand how we make
friends.While we get on well with a number of people,we are usually friends with
only a very few----for example,the average among students is about 6 per
person.In all the cases of friendly relationships,two people like one another
and enjoy being together.but beyond that,the degree of intimacy between them and
the reasons for the shared interests vary enormously.As we get to know people we
take into account things like age,race ,economic conditions,social position,and
intelligence.Although these factors are not of prime importance,it is more
difficult to get on with people when there is a marked difference in age and
Some friendly relationships can be kept on argument and discussion,but it
is usual for close friends to have similar ideas and beliefs,to have attitudes
and interests in commen ---they often talk about being on the same wavelength
.it generally takes time to reach this point.And the more intimately involved
people become,the more they rely on one another .people want to do friends
favours and hate to break a promise.Equally,friends have to learn to put up with
annoying habits and try to tolerate differencesof opinion.wWw.xiNgkoo.coMIn
contrast with marriage ,there are no friendship ceremonies to strengthen the
association between two persons.But the supporting and understanding of each
other that results from shared experiences and emotions does seem to a powerful
bond ,which can overcome differences in background ,and break down barriers of
age, class or race.
making friends is a skill like many other skills. it improves with
practice. if you want to meet people and make friends, you must be willing to
take some actions. you must first go where there are people. you won’t make
friends staying home alone. join a club or a group. taking with those who like
the same things as you do is much easier. or join someone in some activities.
many people are nervous when talking to new people. after all meeting strangers
means facing the unknown. and it’s human nature to feel a bit uncomfortable
about the unknown. most of our fears about dealing with new people come from
doubts about ourselves. we imagine other people are judging us of finding us too
tall or to short, too this or too that. but don’t forget that they must be
feeling the same way. try to accept yourself as you are and try to put the other
person at ease. you’ll both feel more comfortable.
try to be self-comfident even if you don’t feel that way. when you enter a
room full of strangers, such as a new classroom, walk tall and straight, look
directly at other people and smile.
if you see someone you like to speak to, say something . don’t wait for the
other person to start a conversation.
just meeting someone new does not mean that you will make friends with that
person-friendship is based on mutual liking and “give and take”. it takes time
and effort to develop.
Friendship is a kind of human relations. It is a human instinct to make
friends.When in trouble, we
need friends to offer us help, support and encouragement. With success
achieved, we also need friends to share our joys.
Friendship is also one of the greatest pleasures that we can enjoy. It
implies loyalty, cordiality, sympathy, affection,and readiness to help. No man
can make the most of his life without carefully and conscientiously striving to
win the right kind of friends as he goes along.
Knowing how valuable friendship is, we should be very careful in making
friends. Real friends are those who have good character, superior ability and
kindness of heart. Real friends can share all our sorrows and double all our
joys.While making friends, we should take care to select those who have such
fine qualities. Then we should treat our friends with courtesy, be careful not
to interfere unreasonably with them,and not to ridicule their proceedings. We
should forgive their failures and do our best to help them. In short, when we
have established friendship, we ought to cherish and treasure it by means of
words and deeds. Only thus, can we develop real friendship and keep the sacred
lamp of friendship burning all our life.
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