Friendship isn’t about being inseparable, but about being separated and knowing nothing will change. – Ted (2012)
Friendship is not about being inseparable. When you are tied with someone in a bond, it simply means that you are connected with that particular individual despite all the odds.
When you have a good bonding, you two tend to remain with one another amidst all the hardships.
Friendship simply depicts that even if you two are separated from each other, you would still stay together and nothing between you would change.
Remember that it is not always possible for us to stay away from one another. We might have two different lives, in different fields altogether but despite all the changes, good friends still remain connected with each other.
When we are friends with someone, it is more like a vow being taken to one another that no matter how tough the situation is, we would still stay with each other.
When friends hold hands, it is a promise being taken to ensure that they won’t be separated from each other even if hardships come into the picture.
We might not be able to meet with one another on a regular basis, or be able to call up daily, but we know that even if we meet each other after years, our relationship would stay intact.
Friendship is not about being inseparable, it is about a vow that’s being taken to make sure that even if the world turns upside down, we would still love one another, and our relationship shall remain just the same.
True friends never leave each other, and they would always be there beside the one to support and assist amidst all cruelties.