Hard To Make Friends

There are two aspects to not making friends: one’s own fears, and not recognizing the strengths of other people. And as one matures, one becomes more careful. But imagine if parts of nature would cease to interact. A cross pollination is necessary in all aspects of life. You can change your attitude by looking inside yourself and say, “I have something to contribute.” You look at yourself in a positive light and find that positive light in others. That is the key to being able to make friends.

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Binah Bindell
6 years ago

I don’t think that as one matures, one becomes more weary, or isolated. I can only speak from my own experience. I have only become more open, feeling more connected to people and humanity in general. As life has given me many challenges, I’ve become less judgmental and more compassionate. I feel my heart has been broken open in a good way.

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