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Q. Is friendship important in your culture? How many close friends can you have?
Answer: Friendship is really important indeed and I think that it should be of paramount importance in all cultures worldwide. Our friends are our siblings and those people who we have chosen to have in our lives. Moreover, a friend is a person you can call whenever you are sad, happy, angry, excited and so on. We should take into account that many people in different countries consider their pals to be more valuable than their own parents. As far as I’m concerned, I believe that someone can have two or three close friends and I can tell that from my personal experiences.
Q. Are friends more important than family?
Answer: That’s a really difficult question to answer. It is widely accepted that parents are those people with whom we are connected by blood and also our closest relatives. Friends, on the other hand, are just some people we come across during our lifespan and it’s our choice whether we will keep them in our life or not. But, as I mentioned earlier, there are many adults who consider that friendship is more important compared to family and the reasons for this may differ. From my point of view, I would argue that parents and friends should be equally important in someone’s life, because a fulfilling and complete life consists of both family and sidekicks.
Q. What are the important things among good friends?
Answer: First and foremost, people should take into account that friendship is a sacred notion in someone’s life and a two-way-street as well. Friends should invest in real feelings and there are some virtues that are crucial. For example, true friends must be honest with each other, compassionate, be there when needed, affectionate, tender and supportive to mention but a few. Every friendship has their ups and downs but when emotions are real any hindrance can be eliminated. To conclude, a wise and useful phrase that comes to my mind is “A friend in need is a friend indeed”.