For anyone who wants to be friends with everyone, here's why you should be able to count your closest friends on one hand.
It is natural to want good friends, but relationships are two-sided. If you want good friends, you have to be a good friend.
There can be mixed emotions when faced with singleness. How do you turn away from pressing thoughts and focus on what really matters?
The idea of soulmates is a popular fascination, but also one that gets shushed for misinformed reasons. Let's look at it another way.
The idea of a perfect love story dominates media but doesn't step much farther beyond "I do." What happens in the decades after?
It can be easy to identify friends, but what differentiates them from one who sticks closer than a brother?
The best things often come by complete surprise, just like how these unexpected three and a half months bore life lessons.
Why the kindest thing you can do is tell someone something they don't want to hear.
If you know how something will end, why should you participate in the first place?
Reunions with long-distance friends can be few and far between, so how do you make the best use of time when you're finally together?
When fulfilling your purpose and mental health combine.
With social distancing and quarantine, even self-proclaimed introverts have realized their need for people.
Each person is a micro-aspect of our heavenly Father, God's walking poetry, a beauty found beneath the surface of one's physical appearance.
Everything is more beautiful because we are doomed.
This is what I like about photographs, they're proof that once, even if just for a heartbeat, everything was perfect.
Most people will form circles you won’t be involved in, and that’s okay. You don’t need a lot of friends, just a few you can trust.