In my contemplation of friendship, I have come to understand that I do not seek quality in my friends. I embrace the unique spectrum of individuality that exists within each of us. For me, the willingness of a friend to share time with me holds paramount importance.
If we begin demanding quality in others, it instigates a cycle where they, in turn, demand the same from us. Such a situation, I believe, yields loneliness. Isn’t the essence of friendship rooted in the joy we find in each other’s company, in the games we play and the conversations we share?
I refuse to gauge friendships on a scale of vested interests. An awareness of such interests hinders the blossoming of our hearts, stifling the potential for a genuine connection.
That being said, I have learned that there are individuals who seek quality in their relationships. I respect this diversity in perspectives, as it contributes to the richness of our shared human experience.
Thank you for indulging me by reading this far. Admittedly, this piece may come across as a form of rebellion against the conventionally accepted norms of friendship. However, I am committed to communicating with my readers in my own words. I hope you can appreciate my endeavor for authenticity. I look forward to continuing our journey of exploration and understanding together.