Friends trust unconditionally

What is a friend? A friend is a person who never judges, never ask questions, never look for reasons to not help. A friend gives unconditional love to all of those who depend on him/her. He says yes when he can and gives comfort when it’s needed. The problem with people today is that they are so worried of being taken as fool than just doing what their heart tells them. I always look at it this way: the universes will bless me for blessing the friend. I remember when I had the restaurant I was helping someone and they were in constant need to where I felt something is wrong. I started to judge them and asked for some guidance from another close friend, he told me that they were taking advantage of me. I decided to continue helping that person and eventually the person was able to get it going. Three years went by and I was out of the business and struggling. The person came to visit me to tell me how good they were doing, at the time I was in need for some money, because I was unemployed and short of cash. I didn’t tell them because my pride was too big, however I was praying to God for some help. When the person was getting ready to leave he told me hey Tyrone I don’t know how you’re doing, but here’s 300 dollars for you and I want to take you out to dinner also. My eyes got watery and I hugged him, because I was in need of money. I than told him how rough it was for me. That night I thanked God for the evening and the money I received, and also that I was happy I didn’t take my friends advice to think they were taken advantage of me. Real friends help with their eyes closed to negativity or judgment, because that money or help you given them will come to you when you need it either from them or someone else.  

May your dream come alive in 2013 :0)

By Tyrone Garcia Author of the book “Soap That doesn’t Clean”

http://www.amazon.com/Soap-Doesnt-Clean-Tyrone-Garcia/dp/1475979509/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1372303758&sr=1-1-catcorr

 

 

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