So many friends in my memories from my youth, some have left this world and the rest are all grown up and mostly forgotten about our friendship and our youth. A few still remember the bonds of youth and the importance of the friendships we had forged. I remember most if not all the friends I had and embrace the few I still have, I cherish the memories and recognize the influence they had on me.
How quickly we formed a bond of friendship back in our youthful days and how long those bonds would hold is remarkable. No friendships I make in my later years are as strong as those I had forged in my youth. I find it funny that even some of those I thought were enemies or those whom I thought disliked me I think of friends as I grow older. Strange how age and hindsight seem to change ones perspective on past events and relationships.
May god bless those friends that remember me and our friendship from our youth and may he bless those who have forgotten me completely as well. For even those who forgot me were an important part of my youth and an influence on me during those years.
Thank you all my friends and even my enemies for being a part of my humble life. May God bless you all and may we all meet once again in this lifetime.
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