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When someone is in your Life for a reason,it is usually to meet a need you have expressed. They have to assist you through a difficulty,to provide you with guidanceand support to aid you physically, emotionally or spritually. They may seem like a G-d send and they are. They are there for the reason you need them to be. Then without any wrong doing on your part or at inconvient time  this person will say or do something  to bring the realationship to an end.

Sometimes they die or sometimes they walk away sometimes they act upand force you to take a stand. What we realise is that our needs has been met, our desires fulfulled, their work is done. The prayer you sent up has been answered and now its time to move on.

Some people come into your Life for a Season therefore your turn has come to share,grow or learn. They bring you an Experience of peace or make you laugh, they may teach you something you have never done before. They usually give you an unbelievable amount of Joy. Believe it, it is real but only for a season.

Lifetime Relationships teach you lifetime lessons, things you must build upon in order to have a solid emotional foundation. Your job is to accept the lesson, have the person put what we have learned to use in all other relationships and areas of your Life. It is said that Love is Blind but Friendship is Clairvoyant



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      Angie08 wrote Jan 18, 2008
    • Great article. I agree that friendship is when someone is there for you no matter what the situation. This helps an individual grow and gives them emotional support to a balanced life.



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      Kendal wrote Jan 18, 2008
    • Life throws all kind of fastballs at you. Yet through all the tough times, a friend will be there for you. Even if you don’t see them for days or weeks because of a busy schedule,  having a close friend that is there for you is essential for all people. I think that friendship is a building block in life.



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      Stephanie wrote Jan 18, 2008
    • A true friendship is so hard to find. Seeing my mom with her best friend of over 30 years has made me believe that it is hard, yet it is possible to find.  

      Growing up you meet all kinds of people who want to be your friend, who act like your friend, but in the end they do not necessarily care about you.

      Today, many people are selfish and are only in it for themselves. Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do about them. But for our own sake, we can make sure to hold on to that friend that does care, that does show support and friendship.

      I know that my sisters will always be my best friends. My mother, always my best friend. I can only say that i trust 2 other individuals. These are women that I luckily found growing up, and without their support, their smiles, and their charismatic personality, I would not be who I am today.

      I want to thank them for being my true friends. Thanks Girls!



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      Daisy Shkolnik wrote Jan 18, 2008
    • It is absolutely true. Best friends are hard to come by, yet everyone comes into your life for a reason.  Some are meant to be best friends, others will be just friends while others acquaintances.  

      I have always thought your best friends are within your family...your sister, brother, mom or dad, and even your children.



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      Lorna Peden Waterman wrote Jan 18, 2008
    • What wonderful insight. I agree wholeheartedly. I have learned so much about myself from friends, and even more from adversaries. I used to ache when friends left, but now I am convinced that if our business is unfinished, it will see itself through.

      I’ve had a hard time making true friends these last few years. My area is very transient. But I have hope that when it is the right time, it will happen.



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