Best Friends means different things to different to people. Some insist that you can have only one best friend. Others assert that have best friends for different aspects of their personalities. Whatever the precise definition, your best friend is the person who gets you. They understand who you are and what you are saying. The greatest distance cannot separate best friend. You will always feel a kinship with them, and be able to instantly continue the friendship even after not talking for many years.
You probably have a lot of friends in your life-several different people with whom you love to pass your evenings, share drinks, and trade laughs every so often. But among those people is one who stands just a few legs above the rest: your best friend.
It’s hard to define the define the difference between your “regular” friends and your best friend, but even if you can’t put your relationship into words, you can comprehend the divide every time you two spend time together. Circumstance put you both in the same place once upon a time and gave you hundreds of interests in common, and now you just can’t imagine a life without your best friend by your side. Of course, that’s not to say that your other friends are disposable, it’s just that losing your best friend would be like severing a limb.
Thankfully, you’re not all that worried about having to live without them, Because….
1. You’ve Already Been Through a Lot Together
Sure, you might find yourself in a tricky spot every once in a while, but it’s not like your best friend hasn’t helped you through a similar conundrum in the past (and vice versa). Your hardest moments are just par for the course of your friendship, and your best friend will never make you feel like your problems are too much for them to handle; because at some point or another, they probably already have.
2. They Love You Like Family
One of the main reasons your best friend hasn’t abandoned you for a less troublesome companion is because they can’t conceive of a life without you. To your best friend, you’re as close as family, and they wouldn’t think twice about dropping a sibling or parent. The bond you two share is fostered on love for one another, and love like that always manifests at the right intervals.
3. They See Themselves Through You
Maybe you two grew up together, or maybe you met each other in college while you both followed a similar career path. Whatever the case, you have a lot in common, and your best friend is as much your peer as anyone else. And as such, they identify with a lot of what you’re going through on a fundamental level. Your struggle is or will someday become their struggle, and viewing the way you’ve navigated through life’s complications gives them insight into their own potential problems.
4. They’re Invested in Your Happiness
Because they know you so well, and they know what you’ve been through, your best friend is often the biggest supporter of your general happiness. Sure, they’ll be there for you when you aren’t, but they really do want to see you in a more positive state of mind again. Your friendship probably began on jovial terms, and your best friend can’t wait to share a few laughs with you when you’re feeling up to it.
5. You Would Do the Same for Them
At the end of the day, the glue that holds you two together is mutually supported. Your friendship goes both ways, and you’re both totally aware that any problems one of you encounters are much easier to solve with the other fighting his or her friend’s proverbial corner. You both have each other’s best interests at heart, and you always will.
People come into our life disguised as angels, and sometimes angels come into our life disguised as people. It is possible to see God anywhere. All it takes are open eyes and ears and the willingness to see miracles. They are everywhere. God is as available as we are. Having friends that inspire us to rice to higher and greater levels is an awesome gift. Surround yourself with people that inspire you to do better and inspire your friends as well. It is a profound truth that the people we spend time shape the path we travel.