Friendship. When you think about it, it is a rather strange concept. We meet hundreds of people wherever we go; work, school, sports, clubs, but, yet, there are a few people out of those hundreds to whom we automatically bond to. True friends don't even take a conscious effort to make; it just happens. These random people very quickly become some of the most important people in our lives, practically family.
True friendship is a unique relationship. True friends are the people that you can go to with anything, and you can trust that they will give you the most honest advice, even if it is not what you want to hear. True friends support you in all that you do, and are your biggest cheerleaders; always eager to hear the next up-date. True friends have seen you at your worst and at your best, and never think of you any differently. True friends are not afraid to call you out if they see that you are not being the best version of you that you can be.
The reason that this article is only 300 words on friendship, is because it is not designed to define friendship, because each friendship is beautifully different; but rather to provide an opportunity in our busy day to simply reflect on the sweet friendships in our lives, maybe even provide motivation to reach out to a friend that you hold so dear, and thank them for all that they have done. Friendship is not meant to be read about on paper; it is meant to be felt. It can not be described by mere words, but only by the means of the heart.