will friends remain friends?

India
November 26, 2008 8:58am CST
this is generally ask by some one if we will be there in the future to support each other in goods and bads in our life time. Its isn't easy for some one to really clear at that time i think. What people think say "just leave this matter now ,what are yu saying? We are friends and will remain friends." but who knows the future? Isn't it really.
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@lilaclady (28236)
• Australia
26 Nov 08
Yes no one knows what the future holds, people keep changing and friends make different choices in life and sometimes drift apart, change is just a normal part of life...
• India
28 Nov 08
Yaa yu say correct as per i believe in my minds. Same thinking can make friends but people can change whenever they want to fool others. Meeting new people can not make friends but belief and respecting each others and favouring each other is a sign of friendship. Talk more about your friends. Ok Good time.
• United States
4 Apr 09
I think they are saying what ever is meant to happen will. Life is always changing and so is the people in your life. Just live your life to the fullest and enjoy it. It will change but that is OK too. This just makes room for new poeple and new adventures.
@tklich (391)
• United States
26 Nov 08
I don't think anyone can predict if you will remain friends with anyone. I'm not friends with about 75% of the people that I was friends with growing up (I'm 23 years old now). This is mostly because I didn't like who my friends turned out to be, they ended up being decietful to me and I couldn't trust them anymore. If I called these people my friends though, why would they do things like this to me? I guess they weren't ever my friends to begin with. But if you would have asked me years ago when I was very close to them, of course I would have said that we would always be friends. We all said we would be friends forever. I am only close still with two people that I grew up with. I don't get to talk to them all the time and we don't get to hang out a lot, but that doesn't mean they won't always be my best friends. They will always be better friends than a girl that I see almost every day and is a friend of mine. But I think friends are very important to anyone's life. I truly do treasure my friends, and if I learn that I can fully trust someone (which is VERY rare), then I treat them with the upmost respect. Good, true friends are so hard to find these days, but I have been lucky to have 2 or 3 in my life at this time, so I feel blessed. Something might happen down the road and maybe we won't be friends in 10 years, who knows. I do hope that my true friends stick with me though and remain my friends.