July 6, 2004 at 5:00 am 2 comments

Went to someone wedding dinner recently and notice that all his buddies are helping him in everything that night from being the emcee, manning the counter and tending to the guests. What really got my attention are the genuine joy on their faces. They were really feeling happy for him. I have a chat with him and learned that his buddies are friends from his secondary school days.

This incident brings me back to an article that i have read a few years ago. In the article, the writer says that frienships forge during your schooling days especially your secondary and junior college days are the one that will last you a life time. I kind of agree with the writer. The writer explains that during this period apart from exams, the majority of us basically lead a carefree life thus everyone has no hidden agenda or motive to befriend each other. In short, the friendship is genuine and innocent. Also the growing up years are the most important phase of your life and to witness and share the experience with close friends kind of cemented the bond. What do you think?


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  • 1. deja-voo  |  January 12, 2005 at 6:51 am

    yeah i think that’s really true. and not forgetting primary school too. all these people, they’ve been with us through all the silliest things we do and the little funny things are always good jokes to recycle over and over again.

  • 2. Anonymous  |  August 17, 2005 at 12:33 am

    I feel army friends more true. We went through thick and thin, and sure theer are sucky ppl, but we tend to filter those out until few are left. Those few are the long lasting ones


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