Friendships are not born they are created. In our society there are multiple interpretations for friendship. My idea of friendship is the feeling of love and affection and the ability to help a person in need. The idea itself should reciprocate in return. It’s hard to find the friends that stay, but those that do, tend to be considered family. The idea of friendship is a necessary aspect in all-human existence, reason being that sometimes we need that extra oomph. Friendships can be created in the most random times and the most randomness places possible.
In the Russian culture, it is said that a friend is someone who is true to you—someone who stays with you through the thick and thin and the good and bad times. It is also said that that those friendships are hard to find and you are lucky if you come by it. Our society also defines friendship to be described as a close person who reliable, one is neither enemy or foe but an ally; A person who sticks with you till the end.
In the beginning, where friends are considered easy to be made because we are crazy and have yet to set our morals, I always had the awkward ability to not make friends. I always had friends from my parent’s friend’s kids, but none really of my own. It wasn’t until I moved to Walnut Creek and began 5th grade. I met someone who liberated the fact that it is our friendship that no one ever set up. From there I changed my look over people. I was happy. It was sad after my 8th grade year when I transferred to another school. I then