Learn about the importance of having your own group with similar tastes and thoughts.
by Benjamin Adams
One of the biggest things that I personally hold high is friendships. The saying, “you are the five closest people to you” has always stuck with me. I stress the importance of developing long-lasting friendships over small ones. Friends pick you, teach you, and build you up while also not letting you get too full of yourself.
Now, why is it so important? Personally, I’ve gone through hardships and I always seemed to prevail not only by myself but by having others around. It took me years to find a stable friend group that did not divide when someone got a girlfriend/boyfriend (for some reason this is part of the case). We all play our parts and bring others in to make the group bigger and better. I look at friendships as a pack of wolves. We are stronger together than we are divided.
It's hard and easy. When you know you’re with your people you’ll feel the vibe, but you won’t find them till then. “Your people” are the friends that even if you do not talk for months, you can still pick up from where you left off. The hard part is going through friendships and experiencing points of lonesomeness. The other question is how do we find people to hang out with?
The answer is KemNu.
KemNu, is a free app for people of all ages that is currently expanding and changing. Check it out! By using the innovative and constantly upgrading app, you can find your people!
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