Articles tagged with: friendship
A job faux-pas leads me to suspect I’m not that funny.
A few nights ago I had a chance to party with an old friend. But our choices are making that an unsteady enterprise.
Trusting people is not-so-easy.
Face full of verve, head full of ideas, he lived with a smirk out the right corner of his mouth. He knew the hardships of survival in Russia. Knew the hardships of survival in Oregon.
I wonder how a frog lives in a pond devoid of lily pads? Maybe forget about hopping for a while and ponder. Unfortunately, I never developed that skill.
Do we question too often? Too deeply? We examine things so much that we’ve begun to question our own questioning.
For those less hip than I am (I almost got through that with a straight face!) the term Emo originated in the 1980s and described a brand of gritty, confessional rock music. It later widened, and has settled into a somewhat derogatory term used to label anyone who says anything remotely emotional. The brunt of this term is often directed at teens, with a mixture of pity and disdain: Oh those teens- what are they so angry about?
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Friendships are the true relationships of life and often reflect who we are and who we want to be. Unlike romantic relationships, friendships …