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Together we can be alright. Post 10



Today has been a rough day for me. When I have had a rough day, I usually call up or text my friends. But I do not tell them about my day or how things are going wrong for me, at the moment. I see no point in that. Instead we talk about other things--either about some happy thing which is happening in their lives or some old memory and we laugh. That cheers me up too and things do not look at bad as before. But when I called up a good friend today, I felt even more down as things were going horribly wrong in my friend's life as well and there are no easy solutions.

So imagine my delight  when I read a totally  unxepected text from another good friend which said 

Cause I've been there before
And you've been there before
But together we can be alright.
Cause when it gets dark and when it gets cold
We can just hold eachother till we see the sunlight
 I am embedding the song above.

I texted back saying "How did you know I had a rough day?"
Pat comes the reply " Real friends always know everything about each other :-) "

Thank Lord for real friends! When I count my blessings, I count them twice.
May they never change and may they always stay around to be the rainbow, after the rain.

Love and friendship do have a power.

Comments

  1. A very beautiful text and I count my blessings for some of my real friends too.

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  2. Oh I so agree with this Preeti. Real friends make all the difference.
    xoxo

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  3. oh and I'm sorry you had a rough day.

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  4. Friendship is a very very powerful thing. And I think in true friendships, there is something like telepathy as well :)

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  5. Telepathy I must say and I absolutely love the song

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  6. Lovely words, all of them...

    Thank god for good friends...and hope you always have a surfeit of them..

    how are you feeling today?

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  7. Hey Preeti, nice post! 'Love and Friendship do have a power' - so true and so wonderful to have them in our lives :)

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  8. Good frnds really are a blessing :)

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  9. Hi Preeti,

    It did happen to me many times, when I am low and wanted to speak to my husband, and I pick my phone and I get a call from him. It happened to him as well..friendship and love is great to keep us going.

    Seena

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  10. This happened to be last week. I was feeling very low and depressed...

    A dear friend gifted me a handmade card....and wrote a poem for me...I was so happy...i thanked GOD.
    Some people make your life worth living...:)

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