The Ideal Friend

What makes a valued friend? I looked to see what other bloggers had to say on the subject. Here are some of the most popular answers. Honest Trustworthy Willing to forgive and not hold grudges Non-judgmental Generous Will listen and tries to understand you There when you need them Respects you and others Accepts youContinue reading “The Ideal Friend”

Alone

My junior year in college had been a good year, but I felt a bit sad as the end of the term drew near. Several close friends would be graduating and moving away. Although we would keep in touch, I sensed the separation would change our relationship, and I mourned the loss. As I reflectedContinue reading “Alone”

Friends

I was in college, three hours away from home, and I didn’t know a single person. Yet, in the course of six months, God had brought several of us together in a unique way, bonding us through our mutual love and passion for Jesus. Decades have passed and hundreds of miles separate us, but IContinue reading “Friends”

Life-Altering Fallacies and How to Avoid Them: True Friendship

Internet articles about “myths” and “misconceptions” abound. Most of these perk our interest but have little to no consequence in our daily lives. There exist, however, widely-held fallacies that, if applied, can alter how we approach life and our relationships for the worse. We readily accept them due to their popularity and because each fallacyContinue reading “Life-Altering Fallacies and How to Avoid Them: True Friendship”