The Importance of Friendship

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Do you remember your very first friend? Do you remember his or her name? Do you remember how you became friends? Perhaps it was a neighborhood friend, or the kid sitting next to you in school. Maybe it was your cousin, or your cousin's neighbor. Maybe it was someone you met at church, or scouts, or camp, or daycare. Perhaps it was babysitter, a nanny, or a teacher. Or maybe it was your brother, your sister, your half brother or your half sister. Regardless of how you met your very first friend, you'll never forget him or her. My first friend?s name was Danny, and he was a neighborhood friend. Danny lived down the street, and we used to hang out after school. On Saturdays, we played at each others houses, we played outside, and we rode our bikes around the neighborhood. Danny is still a friend of mine today, we talk occasionally, and we fill each other in on what?s been going on in our lives. Sometimes, it?s really nice to just be able to talk to someone who knows where you?re coming from. The first friend you ever have teach you who you are. Your first friend teac...

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