One of the best things about reading other blogs is the discovery of a superbly crafted thought. This one is about the dynamic of friendship. I thoroughly enjoyed this one and hope you will like it too.
I have no idea how he knows when I need him.
We can go weeks without speaking,
and then, when my blue moods threaten to turn black,
he will show up and tell me my moods are:
and suddenly the blue will not seem so dark,
more like the color of a noon-bright sky.
He brings the sun.
— David Levithan, The Realm of Possibility
- Credits: Poem – thesensualstarfish; Photo – Cerulean Circles
- Post inspired by Brain Pickings’ share: David Whyte on True Meaning of Friendship
The dynamic of friendship is almost always underestimated as a constant force in human life: a diminishing circle of friends is the first terrible diagnostic of a life in deep trouble: of overwork, of too much emphasis on a professional identity, of forgetting who will be there when our armored personalities run into the inevitable natural disasters…
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