“Untitled” Carlota Conejero
Friendship, in Spanish “Amistad”, from the Latin amicus: friends, derives in Amore: to love. It is an emotional relationship between two or more people. Friendship is one of the most common relationships that most people have in life.
Friendship happens in different stages of life with varying degrees of importance and significance.
A friendship is born when people find common interests. There are friendships that are created within minutes of getting acquainted. For other it can take years.
Sincere friendship lasts a lifetime. A friendship is revealed when you show concern for the friend, interest in his welfare, for his problems and achievements. A friend is the one that is always there for you, the one that helps you stand up when you fall.
It’s in difficult times when you realize who your true friends are.
Age doesn’t matter when making friends. The friend is “a tissue of Consolation” for the other’s pain.
It is very important that friends show each other:
Friendship is to dedicate oneself to another person and is given free of charge.
For me, friendship is very important in life. If I had no friends, I wouldn’t be so accompanied right now.
I guess we all find it hard to find friends, but for those who have a disability it is harder. It is more difficult to be understood. I find it hard to identify myself with some type of people. When I make a friendship it is very important to keep it.
Friends can be counted with the fingers of one hand.
There are two types of friendship:
Friends are for life if they are true friends and acquaintances are those who don’t have a strong relationship with you.
I, for example, have both types. Acquaintances with whom I speak but do not go out with them; and friends with who is quite the opposite. I am very lucky to have good friends, but especially one that have always been with me in good and bad times. When he needs me, I’m there for him too. Those are the friends that are worth keeping for life. My friend is called Marcel and I want to thank him for being by my side.