Friendship… is not something you learn in school!

Updated: Nov 7, 2019

Living under the canopy, I think that I am so lucky and grateful cos I have some friends to whom I am free to share my feelings with. One of them I would like to describe Bảy - my best friend.

Different from me, Bảy is an active boy. He is quite tall and thin with a good-looking blonde hair like an European. One of his best talents is his mathematical skills. When we were in university, I admired him so much because he almost could pass any Math test with a maximum score. Furthermore, Bảy has a very good personality. He is kind, friendly and helpful. Even though we are living in different countries, he always speaks his mind to know whether my life is good or if something is worrying me. Friendship can make or break us. It all depends on who they are. I and Bảy spent much of our free time playing soccer or mandarin square capturing when we were teenager. There are unforgettable moments that I will never ignore.

His mental outlook, behavior, attitudes affect me in somehow. Good friends are great pillars of life. I myself believe that person who has true friends in life is lucky enough. It does not matter how often you meet your friends, but how much you care and feel for another in good times as well as in bad times.

Last month, we had a 10-minute video call and that was a good chance for me to make my mood better. Time flies but I wish that our friendship will never fade!

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