Friendships are not casual things.
Not Facebook friends or Instagram likes. Not the neighbor across the street just because you look at each other.
Friendships are earned by caring, staying in touch, valuing each other and these friendships have no geographical limits.
Most friendships disintegrate because they do not have these qualities in the first place and without them friendships cannot withstand the test of time.
The best way to heal a broken friendship is to heal yourself first.
Friends become best friends when their relationship is more about the other person than you.
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