We need good friends as a part of our journey. True friends, not the ‘how you doing’ people we pass and never take time to sit and listen to how they really are doing. Friendship is a commitment to the other person that you will be there for them and they will be there for you. It is a give and take and both parties have a responsibility to honor that commitment to the other. These are the people that will go through your greatest highs and your deepest lows with you. Think about who that is for you…give thanks to God for that person and take time to let them know you appreciate them. May God’s love and joy be with you.
“My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you.”
(This photo was taken in July of 2014 by my friend Matt at a lake place in central Minnesota)