The thing about friendship is that one day, maybe one fine day, we'll move on with our lives, never turn back and the bond we share will just fade away. I'm scared of the tag "best friends" you know. If a best friend can move on, never talk to you again, was it worth it? Was it worth all the memories we had and all the things we shared if that has to happen one day. I've always been positive about friendship and I do know that the more friends we get, the more distant we get of our old friends. Only in some very rare situations, things remain just the same. We go through stages where not ever person matures in the same acceleration, not everyone gets everything served in their plate and that's when one succeeds more than the other, the bond of friendship deteriorates. We make new friends, bitch about the old ones, and never realise that they were once our "best friends". You never ever wanted to loose them and once you do, you forget things, once and for all. Friendship doesn't work that way. Just like in any other relationship; trusting someone, respecting them and avoiding the so called "ego" plays a major role even in friendships. Friendship is a very vague yet deep concept for me. For I have known of friends who have been through thick and thin for years together and some, who left when they got new friends. Maybe there's a lot more to decipher. A lot more to learn. But deciphering human emotions, is not an easy task after all. Or have I done it wrong throughout?