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People who STAY.

People who stay , don't judge and listen.
People who stay no matter what

For in this new era of redefined bonds, I am still an old school girl.

Thank you for reading.

Never let the words fall short! ☺

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Also she is a crazy dancer, an ardent cricket fan and a radio FM if hit upon with the same wavelength. :)

48 thoughts on “People who STAY.

  1. I appreciate you and your blog. Looks like I’m staying! You touch on the importance and depth of relationships. Learning how to ” read” people is so important in terms of wether or not we can trust them. You are learning this at a time in your life which is perfect. As an old dude who does what you say, I have very few friends, but the ones I have are the best! Thank you for sharing your journey. Hope you visit my blog!

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    1. Thank you so much. Being appreciated for your personal outlook is something very special. I’m glad you shared your story and even more happy that you are staying! I’m sure to read your posts and feel exactly similar. That’s the kind of connection this blogosphere offers! Never let the words fall short. 😊

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  2. Another strong blog! True words … People recognize the things you write because it concerns us all but we often stumble across the same things … Nevertheless, it let us think about the things we do or don’t do. And we all need friends where we can count on it, who stay on our side no matter the reasons.

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    1. Thank you so much. I am glad you think that my words are relatable on a general basis. Also, happy that this piece made you think and you chose to share your valuable words. Thank you. ☺

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  3. This is beautiful, Sweta… Most times, we make friends under certain circumstances (the places we go to, like school, university, bars, etc). We might lose many friends as interest change and we don´t see them, cause those circumstances I´ve made reference too could not be the same. But at times, years later we still recall good moments we shared with them. I guess that could be also a way of “staying”, right!?… sending love & wishing you a great week ahead! 😀

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    1. Hi. Good to see you around. Thank you for sharing your perspective. I love what you offer to this topic. Yes indeed staying could also be the memories you talk about. People who never fail to leave your conscience in some way or the other precisely.
      Long time. I hope you’re doing great.
      Wish you a great week too. Sending love. Stay blessed. ☺

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  4. Very Beautiful. The first line got me. “I like people who show up on the brightest of days and stay through the darkest of nights like nothing ever happened.” This reminds me of when I was at a funeral and I asked my dad or mom (not sure which one) what do I say. I was told just being here means everything. Ever since then, I make it a point to show up to funerals or celebrations of life events, and just be there to let the family know, “I am here, I am with you, I care” Peace and Blessings

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    1. Indeed. I am glad that you got through the message behind the verses and that you appreciate it. Showing up at funerals, life events and celebrations is what matters. Staying by is very important out of all other things. Stay blessed. ☺

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