We’re obsessed with likes, follows and gathering as many social media friends as we can.
Here’s another plan.
Winnow down to fewer friends and spend more quality time with them.
There is no virtue in going for numbers and monitoring who likes your postings.
One true friend can be a life changer.
Why spend valuable time tapping out conversations with those who do not matter at the expense of those who do.
Friendship takes nurturing.
It is best appreciated when friendships are focused on the present.
A true friend deserves nothing less.
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