Tik! Tok!!… It’s ticking.
The Timing for friendship will elapse!
It may seem like it’ll last forever, but death itself snaps it of it’s life to live on. There’s a will it holds like a revolution that’s completed with assertiveness. Cyndi Lauper sang about “time after time” expressing the transition that friendship and time play simultaneously.
Who is that friend that will be greater than wealth, fame, success and glory to you? Aha! Time pops in and the game changes to a different state of pure disbelief. Now No longer the treasure you saw your friend to be. That’s because there’s a cycle in which everything revolves around.
Friendship has it’s pause/stop pedal, “the tenure”, the very reason one’s friendship can last long, short, and it didn’t even get past the initial spark of friendship.
Wise men all around the world have seen time as something you can’t change except you have your watch and you reset it. But in the real life, there’s no resetting time. You have to do the needful and hopefully things can fall in place. This being said, time will Mann or break a friendship, but it’s like a catalyst, or maybe a presence of it’s own principles.
It can teach you the lessons behind people’s behavioural pattern towards others. It can give you an insight to how you’ve adapted, reacted, and acted towards your friend. That being said,
Why do people fall out of Love?
Have you ever wondered why the best love story possible even in the case of Titanic and Beauty and the beast came to an end? …THE TENURE. That’s the most concrete answer to our doubts above.
Could it have been money, but in great situations, billionaires do divorce their spouse?
Could it be attention, little or less quality spending time?
Or maybe a third party influence?
Whatever the case may be, friendship has it’s time bomb. Let’s put it this way “The Fate”. It’s like the outcome of every circumstance and the tenure of one’s relationship, friendship, love is no exception to this.
If you’re a constant follower of my articles you’d have come across a post I wrote “Faith in Friendship: the fate”
People look for a perfect way to handle their relationship, let’s say they try to balance and create a bit of caution, sensitive to each others feelings. If space is the problem, or time, they fix it as they think they do. But it won’t matter someday.
There are things that simply can’t be fixed, it’s best to allow the natural quadrant flow.
I believe this story will be in our minds that there’s a conclusion to our love stories. An abrupt end or peradventure a fulfilled tenure.