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|| Trust & Honesty ||

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Friendship - Built on Trust & Honesty
A true friendship is built on trust and honesty, is able to withstand the test of time, andpossesses the capacity of forgiveness.
1. Foundation.
A friendship is built on a solid foundation, which enables it towithstand adversity and conflict. For example, a true friend will understand your underlying feelings in spite of your outward actions.
2. Respect.
Respect is the key to any successful relationship; and without it, there can be no truefriendship. For example, a true friend may disagree and share a different opinion in a caring and thoughtful way, not in a scornful and disdainful manner.
3. Intimacy.
A friendship involves the sharing of personal and intimate information, which is safely held between friends. For example, a true friend will hold a confidence no matter the burden.
4. Enrichment.
A friendship provides a richness to each friend by giving each a sense of value and importance. For example, atrue friend is able to give love, compassion, attention, and compliments unselfishly.
5. Nourishment.
A friendship nourishes the souland makes the heart sing. For example, a true friend knows how to plant seeds and empower in an honest and loving way.
6. Dance.
A friendship resembles a perfectly choreographed and perfectly synchronized dance between two partners. For example, a true friend knows what step you are going to take before you take it.
7. Support.
A friendship provides support during times of need. For example, when you are walking a difficult path, a true friend is there to quietly walk beside you and to give you whatever is needed no matter the circumstances.
8. Harmony.
A friendship is a harmonious bond between human beings where different ideas and thoughts may be freely shared with each friend having the capacity to fully understand. For example, a true friendship involves an honest exchange of ideas without chaos or conflict.
9. Inspiration.
A friendship serves to inspire. For example, a true friend possesses unconditional kindness and love, which inspires others to exemplify the same traits.
10. Partnership.
A friendship is a partnership with both friends working together to create a synergy. For example, an obstacle is more easily and effortlessly overcome with the help of a friend.

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