August 21, 2008

Human Relationships

How much easier is it to condemn others for their flaws than address our own?

Is conflict required for change?

If your friends ask you to change, are they really your friends?

Do true friends always accept you, scars and all?

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3 Responses

  1. Al says:

    They do! They love the “bad” just as much as the “good”.

  2. i do believe friends always accept you, scars and all. i do think, though, that a good friend will point out to you when you’re wrong or need a moral compass. that’s just making you a better person. they’re not trying to “change” you, they’re just trying to help make your life better. if that makes sense. 🙂

    i don’t know that conflict is always required for change. quite a lot of change results from conflict. but sometimes i think “life” happens, and that changes us. someone’s death. an introduction into a new way of thinking. that’s not all necessarily conflict, but maybe, an awakening? realizations?
    gosh i sound like i should be on oprah!

    just throwing my two cents in. thanks for making me think a little more today. 🙂

  3. Jennifer says:

    I know from experience that a true friend doesn’t have to like or agree to everything their friend does, and can let them know that, but in the end is there for the flawed friend.

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