Daily Zen

“Friendship that insists upon agreement on all matters is not worth the name. Friendship to be real must ever sustain the weight of honest differences, however sharp they may be.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Friendships question and change the status quo as much as it defines it. They offer different perspective and morality to challenge and continuously justify our own, and should do so on a regular basis. Friendship is not and should not always be about constant support that we want, it serves to support what we need whether we want it or not. It is able to traverse the boundaries we establish to protect ourselves from the world because the source is a person who is not afraid of who we are, they love us, flaws and all.

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