1 a : one attached to another by affection or esteem
b : acquittance
a : one that is not hostileb : one that is of the same nation, party, or group
: one that favors or promotes something (as a charity)
: a favored companion
I had to put the definition down to emphasize my points. I've come to realize that the word FRIEND is a strong word. I've also realized that I've used it to describe certain people that just do not deserve the title. Webster would describe a friend as an acquittance but I disagree with that. I feel that an acquittance is someone that your are cordial with and when you see that person you speak to them.
A FRIEND doesn't:
- lie to you
- betray you
- hurt you
- or doubt you
There's this one person I once called a friend until that particular person let their true colors come out. I wish I would of had that information a long time ago but time tells all. (Or so they say) So for now on I'm going to be sure to be more careful with my words and not give someone the benefit of being called my FRIEND. So I hope everyone can get something from this and to be sure to be more careful in the future. Peace & Love.