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Snoopy is glad to have Woodstock as best friend.
Piglet feels lucky to have Winnie the Pooh as forever friend.
"We will be friends forever, won’t we, Pooh?" asked Piglet
"Even longer”, Pooh answered
Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind.
"Pooh!" he whispered
"Nothing”, said Piglet, taking Pooh’s paw. "I just wanted to be sure of you.”
(A.A. Milne, The House at Pooh Corner)
It would be so sweet if someone walking beside you along the journey so that you laugh a little harder, cry a little less and smile a lot more.
If you want to know if people are happy, don’t ask them how much money they have in the bank. Ask them about their friends. Friendships beat money, isn’t it?
Someone says that core factors that contribute to happy life would include the elements of:
Number of friends
Closeness of friends
Closeness of family
Relationship with coworkers and neighbors
How to choose your friends wisely?
1. Insist on Paying the bill
It’s not because they are rich but because they regard friendship is more important than money
2. Concession at the expense of their own interest
It is not because they’re stupid but because they’re willing to share.
Friendship is never anything but sharing (Elie Wiesel)
3. Willing to do more
It is not because they’re stupid but because they understand the importance of responsibility.
4. Be the first to apologize after a fight
It is not because they are wrong but because you are more important than the issue you are talking or fighting about.
5. Always care for you
It is not because insincere intention but because they care.
Friendship is always a sweet responsibility, never an opportunity (Khalil Gibran)
6. Willing to drop everything and help, no matter what
It is not because they owe you anything but because they regard you as true friend.
8/11/2016 10:44:10 pm
SUCH an important message! Thank you for sharing. I love Winnie the Pooh! #momsterslink
8/12/2016 09:30:09 pm
Thanks for your comment. Winnie the Pooh is one of my favorite character. We've one thing in common - love for honey :)
8/11/2016 11:21:31 pm
Aw this is such a lovely post and so true. I'm a huge fan of Winnow The Pooh quotes too, in fact I think I could happily live in the hundred acre wood! Life seems much simpler there. I've shared this on twitter too. Dawn x #momsterslink
8/15/2016 12:29:41 am
Thanks for comment and sharing.
8/13/2016 02:35:46 am
Winnie the Pooh is so very wise! #momsterlink
8/15/2016 12:30:26 am
Surely it is :)
8/15/2016 12:36:03 am
Well, yes, true friends are pure gold. Quality is more important than quantity.
8/24/2016 11:53:40 am
I have found that the older I get the smaller my circle of friends becomes. I move, they move, we don't keep in touch like we should. We say we miss each other but really make no effort to make plans to visit. And even the ones who live near me just all have our own little busy lives going on. But I do think time with friends is important. It's important to laugh and juggle up the everyday routine we all fall into sometimes. Great post and thanks for linking with #momsterslink hope to see you again tomorrow!
8/28/2016 08:53:47 pm
People are social creatures, we need friends in our lives to feel most ourselves. I missed out on last week linky and will catch up in next week.
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