I’m not going to write about Dubai right now. Right now, that I’m about to take off. I don’t want to talk about how I love the city and how I had an amazing time here. No.
I don’t want to leave home.
But I have to…
There’s a thin line on whether a friend is to be considered a ‘best‘ friend. Because, what is there to really prove the legitimacy of a person so as to qualify for such a noble post in your life?
Challenges, experiences, time? Moments of thick and thin? Constant company?
These are natural characteristics of a friend; an individual duty in which they have to fulfill unto the mutual friend. Determining the status of your friendship is to know exactly the type of friends you keep. Classifying your company allows for correlation of priority which is key to sorting out friends.
I have 5 friendly categories that systematize my relationship with people:
This is my personal hierarchy in terms of friendship. And this helps me know who is who in my life which is important for we all are dependent to someone but the problem is we don’t know who. I’m not trying to put labels on my friends to restrict their capacity of being one. Nor am I trying to limit the number of friends or best friends you have. All I do is put them in order so I recognize their unique elements and determine what place they have in my life.
Sure, this is open to rearranging and/or addition of classes depending to a person. After all, we all have different standards.
All I want to impress on this post is -knowing who your friends are speaks a lot about knowing yourself.
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