Essay About True Friendship

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Friendship is like a flower. It grows from a seed and blooms into a beautiful flower when taken care of carefully. Acquaintances, co-workers, false friends, and true friends are all different types of friends. True friends are the hardest to find, but they’re also the ones that will never leave you. True friends are always there to offer a helping hand whenever you have problems. It took me many years to find a true friend. It was an ordinary Sunday morning; the sun was shining as usual. I put on my youth group uniform, which consisted of a white shirt and a navy blue skirt. I was nervous because I was going to participate in the youth group at my church after a long break, and worried that I might not have anyone to be with. After an infinitely long 15-minute drive I finally arrived at my church. The surroundings were the same as always. Mosaic paintings of Mary were on the ceiling and a few people were running around and making sure that everything was in order for mass. I watched them as I walked toward the first row of benches on the left side of the nave. I noticed that a girl was already there; Thinking to myself that it was a little weird since it was still early, I sat beside her and took notice of her leopard-print glasses; I decided to…show more content…
Once in a blue moon, there is someone who knows it all, someone who knows and accepts you unconditionally, someone who is there for life.” This description of a “gold friend” by Jill McCorkle perfectly describes Julia. Most of my friendships don’t last for longer than one to two years, but after almost five years I am still great friends with Julia. Even though we’re not in the youth group anymore, we still volunteer together at church and hang out every now and then. Julia is a true friend that is there for me through thick and thin. I’m happy that we became friends, because in a way she did help me grow as a

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