There are good ships and there are bad ships, but the best ships are friendships.
Friends are important and having good friends will multiply our joy, share our sorrows which divides our grief, they encourage us and bring out the best in us and share in our happiness when we’ve won.
Friends are to be cherished; yes they are sometimes blatantly honest cause they know us so well and that can hurt. We must remember that a true friend is there to encourage us to be better and that is a process that may hurt but we will grow.
A true friend never gets in your way, unless you’re on your way down. They walk in when others walk out and they are there for you when they’d rather be somewhere else.
Being a friend to others makes us the people we are, we need to befriend ourselves first so that we can be a friend. Eleanor Roosevelt sums it up so well “Friendship with oneself is all-important because without it one cannot be friends with anyone else in the world.”