Friendship and Forgiveness

By Christine Salberg | Family

Jun 17

Did you ever notice that the words “friendship” and “forgiveness” both start with the letter F?
I have been reflecting on friendships since National Best Friend Day on June 8th.
I recently reconnected with an old friend. We had not spoken for years and although we had known each other since we were kids, the rift was huge.
I sporadically attempted to reconnect with her over the years but my attempts were futile.
When we saw each other this week, we were a little older and hopefully a little wiser.
Instead of asking her what had happened, why the silence, I hugged her and told her I loved her.
The past few years melted away and we talked for hours.
An old friendship is worth fighting for and and a misunderstanding is easily forgiven.
I look forward to a renewed friendship with her, that will be better and stronger than ever.

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A Best Friend;

1. Knows all your secrets
2. Remembers the name of your 1st love
3. Knows how you got the scar on your knee
4. Has a special name for you
5. Shares great memories with you
6. Knows and accepts your faults
7. Laughs at your bad jokes/bad haircut/bad outfit…
8. Lets you cry on her shoulder
9. Challenges you when you lie to yourself
10. Loves you unconditionally

A best friend is someone who knows all about you and loves you anyway.

Elbert Hubbard

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