Slumbook: Why You Should Miss The Slow Process Of Friendship

3/8: I have no words to explain just how thankful and extremely overjoyed that I got published in Thought Catalog. Cheers! #AllForYou

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A man is known by the company he keeps.

There is a great truth behind this adage, won’t you agree? Truly, you need not look too far nor search too deep to get to know someone. Get to know his friends and you get to understand the man, if not fully but to a certain extent.

But we forget, and often place too little to no value on true companionship. And why should we not? In the age where distance ceases to become a boundary, forming relationships are easy as creating buildings out of Lego’s. Most of us find ourselves constantly surrounded by people. Our friendships are no longer limited to those we get to see on a daily basis. Physical contact has long ceased to be a criterion for those we consider our friends. The Internet and the World Wide Web has made sure of that.

The speed by which we can connect to…

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