The Importance Of Friendships By Annie Dillard

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When people talk about friendships they may only see it one way. Annie Dillard explained to us [the reader] that” [we] should open up [our] eyes and see the world from a different view” (Annie Dillard). In friendships people may only see certain things for example; all the misunderstandings and disappointments or even let-downs. Some people may have lived a certain way for so long that all they had in life were disappointments where nothing worked out with anyone and they never could get anything right in a relationship. It doesn’t always have to be a personal thing, in a friendship, the roles have to go both ways to make something turn out right and feel good.
If humans took a step backwards and look at friendship at a different level, they may see that friendships can bring comfort, support and excitement to everyone’s lives. When life supports a person with a really good friend that is meant to be kept, this friend can make each other stronger but even life more interesting because of all the inside comments that can be told. If someone lives a certain way for so long and on a not so good level, or they may not know what a friend really is, they honestly miss out what someone with support can do
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With a lot of friends everyone will know what is going on and there won’t be confusion. Having the knowledge that something is always taking place leaves people with a sense of being importance and won’t feel left behind. Thinking about having one friend would be straight out strange, if the crowd that people that they were involved in was small and there weren’t enough dates planed and actions taking place. The group or crowd can’t think about anything else then themselves and think that they are the life of the party with all of the heads being accounted for in the group. So the thought of just a couple of friends would seem too little and not enough

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