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Time Has Changed Us or Only We Have Changed?
发布时间:2015-06-10 浏览次数:

 

As time goes by, someday we suddenly realize the fact that we gradually lose contact with our old friends, which seems to be out of our control and against our will. Is it the time that have changed us? Or only we have changed by ourselves?

 

When we were young, quarrels couldn't be avoided among good friends. At that time, we might argue with our beloved friends regardless of our friendship. What's worse, we became so upset that we ended our friendship with one simple sentence that “I wouldn't play with you any more” in a rude way. Nevertheless, we broke our former promise easily as a result of a candy calling for peace or a friendly smile. Nevertheless, we broke our former promise easily as a result of a candy  used to call for peace or a friendly smile.It didn't take a long time before we made peace with each other again without referring to our last friction. Friendship between children was always so simple that we found more joy in it.

 

The beauty of friendship between children lies in tiny things. It's widely agreed by girls that wearing the exact same dress was embarrassing. However, I once had a good friend who happened to be wearing the same dress as I was in primary school. Both of us burst into excitement rather than embarrassment because neither of us had reached a secret agreement before and we regarded this as our privity.The other thing was such a moving one that I couldn't forget it. I once had a good friend whose house was located on the way between mine and our school. No doubt that it was convenient for me to wait for her  so that we could attend school together. However, she always went to my home to wait for me, meaning that she would walk more. Finally, the power of time and departure defeated our friendship. I had lost in touch with her. Nowadays, it seems that I would rather do something by myself than be companied to adjust my schedule and to save partners' time. Waiting means spending your precious time, which seems harder to be put into practice.

 

 

As we grow up, it is common that we have lost our friends without a ceremony at which we say goodbye. There isn't an absolute answer to the question put forward today. The only thing we can do is to cherish the moment and remember the past together with those people.

 

(Editor: Wang Sa Source: English Net)

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