What is a true friend? A true friend says what they think their friend needs to hear even when they know that their friend may get angry. A true friend doesn’t leave because they are afraid to be with you. A true friend doesn’t leave when the fun stops and things get uncomfortable. They don’t judge or lie to one another. They don’t take advantage nor take each other for granted. There are just of few of the values that real friends hold dear. In short, A true friend recognizes the value of the friendship and holds it sacred.
Best Friends means different things to different people. Some insist that you can have only one best friend. Others assert that they 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 friends. You will always feel a kinship with them, and be able to instantly continue the friendship even after not talking for many years.
Sharing good times with good friends is the greatest joy. This is the stuff that makes life worthwhile. Whether sharing a meal together or a good conversation, there is nothing more fulfilling then spending time with friends. We must be thankful for the friendships that come our way for not all are blessed with the skills to form deep relationships. Those of us that do have friends must never take for granted the gift bestowed upon us.
A Soulmate is someone with whom you share a deep and profound connection and feel that you can be completely yourself. It’s someone whom you love unconditionally and who loves you unconditionally. Without trying to sound too sentimental, a soulmate is someone who ‘completes’ you.
In the end, the meaning of beautifully imperfect… is when some small things that you remember about each other, the little imperfection that make them perfect, for you… because nobody is perfect.. but together… they can be the perfect one… appreciate small things and don’t sweat small stuff…