The ones to cherish

There are moments in your life when you meet someone, and you just click instantly. You can’t explain why and you don’t understand it but something just fits. It’s as if you are on the same wavelength and you understand each other perfectly. 

It doesn’t happen often, only has a handful of times for me but when it does it is special. Those people have such much meaning and get their own unique and permanent part in your heart and life. Those are the people that neither time nor distance matter, whenever you see them or talk to them, it is as if no time had passed even if it has been years since the last time you had a chance to see them. Those are the friends you can always count on, no matter what.

Those are your true friends, the people that really matter, the ones you should cherish most. They are rare but they are the ones you should be searching for. 

I can count the number of my friends on the fingers of one hand, depending on whether blood relatives count or not, I’ve got fingers to spare. But I know I can count on them and there is no drama. 

They cherish, support and help me and I cherish, support and help them. We have different schedules, we live in different cities and even countries, but I know no matter what I can always count on them, they are always there for me when I need them, and that is what truly matters. 

There is something special about friendships that not only manage to stand the test of time but also withstands the struggle of long distance and few chances to hang out in person. 

None of those things matter as long as both cherish the friendship equally. 

I am so glad to have them in my life and appreciate everything they have and probably will do for me in the future. I am blessed to have them in my life.

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