ESSAY ON FRIENDSHIP DAY -A BEST FRIEND AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE
FRIENDSHIP DAY’S HISTORY
Friendship Day is a day dedicated to honouring and appreciating friendship. The “International Friendship Day” was first proposed in 1958 in Paraguay. As a result, International Friendship Day is observed all over the world in order to raise awareness and encourage people to instil a spirit of friendship in all of their relationships. Every year on the first Sunday in August, Friendship Day is commemorated.
Friendship is a tie that is carefully developed and fiercely cherished. It’s a bond you won’t easily let go of; you’ll fight to save it at all costs.
Who do you consider to be your true friend?
A true friend is someone who will sacrifice anything for you and not feel it is a sacrifice at all, because true friendship is based on love and concern for the other. When a friendship is based on love, it can last a lifetime. A true friend is someone who loves and accepts you for who you are. Your true buddy does not make any demands on you or impose any obligations on you. It’s a transparent and lucid link between two people in which both parties can communicate even the tiniest details. One of the nicest gifts you can receive from God is having a best friend at your side. Friends are priceless gems who will never abandon you in any scenario.
how is it commemorated?
Friendship does not require gestures of emotion to make them happy. Friendship Quotes, Gifts, Cards, Flowers, Friendship Day Images, and Friendship Day Messages are just a few of the sweet gestures that may make your friends feel extra special. People in India commemorate this day by exchanging colourful friendship bands and flowers. Friendships are also shared and tagged on Facebook. Apart from that, WhatsApp’s status is also loaded with Friendship Day messages.
IMPORTANCE OF CELEBRATING
Friendship is really vital to each of us. It brings harmony and affection to celebrate the same with your pals. It provides you with the motivation to form good relationships and deepen current friendships.