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Sometimes you will feel upset when a mutual friend supported someone else’s point of view instead of yours. You may have gotten hurt and angry, and it strained your relationship with that friend.
Being angry can cause a lot of damage—emotionally, physically, and spiritually—both to you and the other person. But after your emotions subside, you may realize that your friend may have been honest and would want to help you know the truth and see things correctly. That’s a mark of true friendship.
Somebody says: Old woods are best for furniture. Old books are best to read. Old wines are best to drink. Old wise men are best to seek advice from. Old friends are precious.
And may I add, in times of prosperity, your friends would know you. In times of adversity, you will know who your friends are. Agree?
Remember these when you’re going through some tough times:
1. Change always happens.
2. Do not worry about other people’s negativity. It’s not worth it.
3. Find a great learning experience. Time to learn a lesson.
4. Others will not be there to help us. Know who your true friends are.
5. I have gone through tough times before.
6. I can find something to be thankful for.
7. God is still in control.
Source: A True Friend