You might read many quotes on friendship, loyal friends and best friend, but probably all of us might know the principles of friendship. The friendship is not made on mere emotional base or in view of common interest, rather it should be on the basis of visionary and ideological acumen. What strengthens the friendship and relationship whether between two brothers, friends or a married couple? No an appropriate answer we have found yet.
When I was under ten, I used to love reading books to the extent; friends of mine began teasing me by calling bookworm. They used to suggest me that I should take part in extra curriculum activities. The suggestion apparently seemed great in terms of physical fitness, but it was proven destructive in this sense that Playing for an hour or two is not a bad idea, but dragging me to their discussion on daily sport activities which took me away from my constructive activities i.e. learning by reading. Actually, at that time, I didn’t notice that they felt ignored and failed to draw my attention. It’s human’s psyche that when you engross on something, people around you try to enquire it curiously and leave no stone unturned to distract you. They want your company for their own interest.
When I started playing cricket, I, very soon, became much popular in school and among cricket fellows and at the age of fifteen, I was selected for Karachi team. They didn’t sit silent. They suggested that there was a beautiful world out of cricket ground. Finally, I agreed to go with them for picnic on every weekend. I used to value my friends more than anything else, but this type of friendship based on selfishness; I was too naive to perceive the side effect of such company. However, after experiencing some tragedies and exposure of real faces of so called friends, I realized that my friends were the killers of my precious time and great enemies of mine.