Posts tagged ‘good friends’

If I Never Knew You

There is nothing worth the wear of winning, but laughter and the love of friends.

God gave his reasons why I chose to leave a place that is full of surprises and peace, where all is quite well, and where most of my friends dwell . . . . . . for me to meet people like you.
To my best friends Kathy, Mia, and Irene, I got a li’l something . . . . .
I want to see through your eyes
To see why you cry
I want to beat through your heart
To know what makes you hurt
I want to live in your thoughts
To know what you think
I want to know your agony
To help you through and through
I want to hear your unspoken words
To know what you feel inside
I want to heal your wounds
And set you free from the world
That is full of doubtful thoughts
Let me  see your darkness
Tell me why your world
Is so cold
I will lend you my hands
And walk with you through
Sunny days and rainy days
And give my shoulders to cry on
When you needed so
Because if I never knew you
I would never have such friendship
That is so strong and true
I would never find a true friend like you
If I never been close to you
Something that I would never find easily
For me to have a best friend like you

Crossing Pathways

Have you ever come across people you never thought you would meet?

Having worked in a firm for almost 2 years, it has helped pave my way to meet people like the two of you. Each letter in your name exudes an aura of enigma. Both of you are so vulnerable to see, yet very invincible in times of adversity.

M – Has psychic and intuitive powers, patient

I – Warm-hearted, into science and drama, a strong humanitarian, idealistic

A − Able to teach and lead others; confident to achieve objectives

I – Warm-hearted, into science and drama, a strong humanitarian, idealistic

R – Warm-hearted, compassionate, noble, imaginative, noble, empathetic

E – Imaginative, carefree, communicative, good with words

N – Imaginative, strong writing ability

E − Imaginative, carefree, communicative, good with words

I hardly say this, but now it’s time to say, “Cheers to our FRIENDSHIP!”

8 Years After . . .

A friend of a friend rang me last week. She told me that an old friend of mine was inviting me to her bridal shower this coming August. I was surprised since I haven’t seen nor spoken to this friend of mine for years. I’ve also forgotten her face.

I met her during our pre-med days. We were co-interns in a hospital for 2 months. And that was the only time that I had mingled with her. Since then we hardly spoke to each other. However, she had always sent me greeting cards and text messages during special occasions. We always had short talks. We were just telling how our lives had been, especially if we were into relationships or seeing someone. The last time we accidentally saw each other was in 2003. We were rushing in for a walk so we just had a li’l chat. And that was the last time I saw her.

And now, I will be attending a bridal shower wherein I hardly remember the face of the bride. Isn’t it amazing? 🙂

“I haven’t seen you in a while, yet I often imagine all your expressions. I haven’t spoken to you recently, but many times I hear your thoughts. Good friends must not always be together. It is the feeling of oneness, when distant that proves a lasting.”

“True friends are the ones who never leave your heart, even if they leave your life for awhile. Even after years apart, you pick up with them right where you left off, and even if they die they’re never dead in your heart.”

A Faithful Dog on a Faithful Friend

Never forget 'loyalty' . . . Never forget to be loyal to those people you loved

Based on a heartwarming true story of strong bond and friendship between a dog and a college professor, this American adaptation of a Japanese tale talks about faith, devotion, and undying love. Hachiko: A Dog’s Story is a tearjerker film and directed by one of the greatest Swedish directors, Lasse Hallstrom, who gave us great movies like Dear John, Casanova, The Shipping News, Chocolat, The Cider House Rules, and Something to Talk About.
Every morning, Hachiko always accompanies his master to the train station and fetches his master in the afternoon after work. Sadly, Hachiko’s master passed away. However, this dog faithfully comes back to the same spot at the station to wait for his master every day.  This becomes Hachiko’s daily routine for the next nine years. During his daily visits, Hachiko touches the lives of many people who ride the train and work nearby the station. He was able to teach these people the true essence of love, compassion, and unyielding loyalty. His visits to the station was stopped only when he died.

I'll always wait for you till you come back.

Hachiko was born in 10 November 1923 and died 08 March 1935. He was remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his master, even many years after his master’s death. Because of this, a bronze statue in Shibuya Station in Japan was built in his honor. This was Hachi’s waiting spot.
Not every person can be faithful and loyal, but every dog can.
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Gracias, Mi Amigo!