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​THE FELLOW PASSENGER ON A CRASHING TRAIN


**This is the excerpt from one of my favorite book which I wanted to share with all of you from a long time. Enjoy reading and do answer the question asked at last.”

Even though I’ve just met you, I believe we will be friends.

First, I will tell you something about me, then you can tell me something about you, as that, I believe, is how friendship works.

Here is something I believe: I believe that people don’t know how people work when they’re young and maybe that’s why we’re so reckless with each other when we’re young.

I think people think that people come and go, in and out of life and I think that school teaches them that, that life changes in big annual movements, that one year you’re this and the next, you’re that. But life blends into itself as you get older and you realise, you will watch a few, if not many, of your friends get old.

You will watch them lose their minds and their hair. You will watch them get sick and get better. You will watch them succeed and fail. You will watch them get married, get divorced, get pregnant and yes, eventually, you will watch them die. Or they will watch you die.

So this is what I believe friendship means. And I’m sorry to have to put such a heavy burden on you. But you have put the same burden on me.

Now you can tell me something you believe, as it is your turn, and this is how friendship works.

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5 thoughts on “​THE FELLOW PASSENGER ON A CRASHING TRAIN

  1. I believe that this is the most beautiful thing you’ve ever shared. I also believe that no matter how much time goes by without contact, that real friends will always be able to pick right up where they left off.

    You’ve been missed, my sweets. ❤️🐾💙🌸🌺💐🌷🤗😎😘

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  2. I believe there is much more to life than friendship. Nine out of ten friends are ready to leave you at a drop of a hat. Maybe working towards something that can make this world a better place is much more important.

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