Shabreka Anthony Losing a friend

Circa then looked at me and said “Break, I don’t know why you are tripping you know Jaywalk can’t read that’s why she always stutter when the teacher call her name to read then lie and say she have a sore throat. ” After the back and forth conversation Circa and I had about the status I asked her to leave, because I didn’t want to take part in what was just happening here. Circa slam my front door and storm off down the road to her house. Later, that day I get a text saying “Go look on Backbone Now! That’s when I saw what the text was talking about began to cry, because what I saw was that my best friend was talking trash about me on a social network saying bad things that wasn’t even true. I thought to myself that this can’t be true, cause Circa and I were forever getting into an argument. But this one was so low that I can’t believe this was even happening. On that next day everyone was looking at me and was muttering things under their breath. During that whole day Circa and I walked pass each other and didn’t say one word to each other or even share any eye contact.

Months begin to past and it was now May the end of our 4th seeks which means school was about to end for summer break. Dealing with the half year not talking to my ex best friend was hard to deal with but gained a lot from it. I kept myself out of trouble, continued making good grades, and also legalize the risk is worthwhile. As reflect on the friends in my life, I realize some were in my life for only a season. Each of my friends has woven into being some of the very fiber of who I have become today.

I may never know why some relationships end but I will reflect on the positive blessings and the impact a friendship made in my life during the happy times. If the friendships was filled With betrayal and pain, I will reflect on the growth that took place in my life as will learned to deal with it that things happen for a reason and that some friendship will only last for a season. At the end of this long journey of losing a close friend I learned to forgive her and continued focusing on myself and my goals.

Like Dry. Martin Luther King once said “We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies. ” Because, holding on to anger, resentment and hurt only gives you tense muscles, a headache and a sore jaw from clenching your teeth. Forgiveness gives you back the laughter and the lightness in your life.