Fantastic Friday - it is fantastic to know that you are a friend and that you have a friend.

Every Fantastic Friday post throughout the month of August have all been about friendship. I have written about listening, leaning, being frank and helping. Today, in the last of the August Fantastic Friday friendship posts, I am writing about being a friend. One of my favorite television theme songs from my youth is the theme from Golden Girls. The song is one friend thanking another friend for being a friend. It is a beautiful song.




It is wonderful to have a friend. It is equally wonderful to be a friend. When you are fortunate enough to find a person who is a friend to you, who has stood the test of time and has been a true friend to you when you were in need, that is indeed something to sing about. Friendship is a source of strength, power and happiness. It is a treasure. Perhaps it is good to celebrate having a friend by being a better friend to your friends. So, the question for you this Fantastic Friday is what are you going to do to cultivate the wonderful gift of friendship?

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