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STRANGERS WITH MEMORIES

At some point in our lives, we realize that the people we once called our friends have slowly faded from our lives. Most of the time, this doesn’t happen intentionally but we can never tell what the future brings.

Communication dwindles and friends start drifting away from each other. One begins to question the friendship. Was this ever real? Or had it just been based on mere words? You begin to find out that the usual flow isn’t present and you just can’t seem to get it back. You’re becoming strangers after all.

All kinds of relationships require effort on both sides. We shouldn’t expect one person to continue giving all the time. Eventually, the person gets tired. To maintain friendships, you should be ready to be consistent in such a way that even if you don’t get to see that person often, the bond is still present.

No matter how we look at it, friendships are very important and should be valued because not all people can be replaced. We also shouldn’t forget that not everyone is meant to stay. Some people are just around for the time being, for a specific purpose.

If you get that one person that is willing to be there for you, that is willing to make sacrifices for you, tell you the truth and encourage you on a daily basis, don’t allow that person become a stranger because of your nonchalance. You’d be left with just memories because good friends are hard to find these days.

Until next time loves,

Ruona. ❤️

Author:

I'm Oseruona Asak, popularly known as 'Ruona. I think it’s weird that I cannot describe myself perfectly but I’m passionate about those things that are close to my heart, including sharing my thoughts with you.

11 thoughts on “STRANGERS WITH MEMORIES

  1. So true, but sometimes some people get paranoid over real and fake friends that they don’t even realise they might be loosing a true friend 😩

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