12 Reasons Friendship Gives Value to Survival
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12 Reasons Friendship Gives Value to Survival

True friendship is a gift.

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12 Reasons Friendship Gives Value to Survival
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We like to emphasize romantic relationships. Romance takes the spotlight in movies, TV shows, music, books, and gossip, and we overlook the beauty of friendship. C.S. Lewis writes, "Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art . . . It has no survival value; rather is one of those things that give value to survival." I honestly cannot imagine struggling through college without my friends. Here are 12 reasons why.

1. Friends put up with you.

2. Friends go on adventures with you.

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3. True friends share their food.

4. Friends binge watch Netflix with you.

5. Friends give you their honest opinion of your outfits.

6. Friends humble you when you need it.

7. Friends build you up when you need it.

8. Friends support you.

9. Friends make certain songs special.

10. Friends will share in your insanity.

11. Friends let you vent.

12. Friends know how to cheer you up.



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