I am standing here on this really auspicious occasion to express my views on “Friendship Day”. I am glad that, I got this opportunity to help my fellow students understand the importance of this day. Firstly I would like to wish a very Good Morning to everyone, respected, teachers and my dear friends.
A friend is a significant part of our life and it is hard to imagine life without them. We all should have the understanding of the fact that friends give us every reason to smile and they spread the fragrance of love in our life.
We should try to avoid misunderstanding with our friends as your friend will never ever do anything intentionally to anguish you. Even though we do not have any blood relation with our friend but still it is such a strong one that promises to protect you even in the worst of times.
In this relationship, there isn’t any concept of give and take. Moreover, there isn’t any restriction of caste and creed in friendship and what only matters is the beauty of one’s heart. Friendship is celebrated in order to celebrate the unwavering faith in friendship.
Friends are people with whom you can share all your securities, ideas, thoughts and every other personal feeling of them. In the company of friends we are so comfortable that we do not have to act like being somebody rather we can be what we are.
The love that friends share with each other is unconditional and they understand each other more than anybody else could ever understand. They will always in all case support you and equip you with plentiful advice.
One of the most famous stories in India related to friendship is that of Krishna and Sudama which from ancient times has been an example for many people out there.