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    Friendship is something we 've all experienced. And, from the wise words of Dr. Seuss, "be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind." The ability to care without judgement is a magnificent quality seeing as we all know some best friends can take “be who you are” and “say what you feel” to a whole other level. These are the friends who care, who encourage, who force you to put yourself out there. The ones who make you eat your green eggs

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    (Kanye West). The terms friend and friendship can be defined differently by all and also mean more or less to some. Common interest and history are frequently used when defining friendship. And although there is nothing wrong using either to define friendship I believe there is more to it. A friendship, for me, consist of more than history and must include support, checking up on each others well being, and honesty. Having support is just one of the pieces in a friendship, but could arguably be the most

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    friends, from the fake. A friendship is not a meaning, but a message, that only they can understand. I always felt like I never really understood friendship. I only knew that I did have friends, that would would never spread one of my secrets to another human being. I knew friendship was important, it was so very special to anyone who was lucky enough to receive it. It was like a dream come true. I even still

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    Friendship Is...

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    Technically, friendship is defined as a distinctive kind of relationship that is grounded in a concern on the part of each friends for the welfare of the others sake, and that involves some degree of intimacy (Stanford Encyclopedia). Friendship is having a feeling of comfort , trust and love with another person. You could consider your bestfriend like family. The t.v. show friends demonstrates what friendship is all about.The ups the and the downs. They sometimes get mad at each other and may stop

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    Friendship

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    For a long time i hated my friends, to a point that our friendship seemed like it would never happen and was a nonexistent thing. I use the term hate lightly, but it seems more appropriate than the word strongly dislike. There was a point in time where my friends had hurt me severely, they weren’t considered friends back then because we were just school acquaintances. But as the year progressed a friend resurrected our friendship, and now they are my best friends….. quite ironic considering the people

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    Friendship

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    Friendship is the relationship that helps humans get through everyday life. Without friends people would not have a strong support system or someone to have their backs through difficult situations. Friendship has been seen to be a key component in the development of characters. Directors and authors portray friends as positive influences on characters. Friends are especially important in The Hobbit and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Bilbo Baggins and Sherlock Holmes experience the benefits of

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    Friendship

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    The human survival is based on friendship. From the highest authority to the lowest bums living on the streets all of them have experienced in some way or the other one of these different kinds of friendships. We take this friendship for granted because it is something that exists naturally in society and most of us never really have to actually go out into the world looking for a friend. Those of us who have had to live in a foreign country or in new surroundings have learned how important this

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    honor of experiencing friendship, but never has friendship been defined in a way where it encompasses the true feelings and duties that come along with it. Webster’s Dictionary refers to the definition of friendship as “The state of being friends;the quality or state of being friendly : friendliness.” To me this just scratches the surface of what friendship means. Friendship to me is not only just being friendly, but rather the journey that friends take along the way. Friendship is a deeper connection

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    Friendship

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    A friend by definition is someone you know well and regard with affection and trust. I am not a very outgoing person, and to be totally honest, I am very isolated from other human beings. Except for my family and people at school. I cannot say who I would like to have as friend. I never given much thought. Perhaps I like God to be my friend. He is not selfish and very forgiving. He knows the hearts, seeing you for you; the imperfections, the motives, the joys and virtues. I could say what qualities

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    Perfect Friendship is The Friendship of Men

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    about Alice’s betrayal of their friendship, she wondered: what is a true friend? In an attempt to ease her pain, Harriet got a big bowl of ice cream, and lost herself in reading the Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle. There, she discovered that there were actually three different forms of friendship: pleasure, utility and perfection. As Harriet read on, she came to realize that her relationship with Alice appeared to fit Aristotle's model of a utility based friendship. Alice had seemed to like her

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