Dear Friends,

Let’s celebrate friendship day (2nd August 2009) with our cite-hr friends…………I want all of you to contribute to this thread………

You may write quote, add pictures or some gifts to ur friends on the cite hr……………….:):):):)


From India, Gurgaon

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I think except me n one wants to celebrate friendship day with their frends...............:(:(:(:(:(
From India, Gurgaon
Hi Suman,

Nice Thread....

Starting with this.. Will try to add on Interesting Articles Later...:icon1:

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The tradition of celebrating Friendship Day began in 1935 when the US Congress decided to dedicate a day in the honor of friends. Though it is not known exactly what were the reasons that went into the making of this day, the retrospection of the world scenario of those times can lead us to an understanding.

With the devastating effects of the First World War still showing and increasing hostilities, mistrust and hatred between countries. providing the perfect conditions for another imminent battle, there was a greater need for friendship and camaraderie not only among nations but also among individuals.

Hence, the US Congress decided to designate the first Sunday of the month of August as Friendship Day and with a formal proclamation in 1935, officially declared the occasion a holiday dedicated in the honour of friends and friendship. Since then, celebration of National Friendship Day became an annual event. The lofty idea of honoring the beautiful relationship of friendship caught on with the people, particularly the youngsters all over the country, and in no time Friendship Day became a highly popular festival.

Today, Friendship Day is enthusiastically celebrated every year by many countries. The occasion is observed on the first Sunday of every August.

Dear Friends

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From India, Madras
Friendship is more sacred than love. I wish every success to all my friends.

Everyone hears what u say. Friends listen 2 what u r about 2 say. Best
friends listen 2 what u don't say.

Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I
may not lead. Walk besides me and be my friend.

There is a big difference between friendship and a rose... Roses last
only a while ... but friendship is for ever

I asked God 4 a flower, he gave me a garden. Asked 4 a tree, he gave
me a forest. Asked 4 a river, he gave me an ocean. Asked 4 a friend,
he gave me you!!!!!! Thanx God

A rose will always be a rose either in a bouquet or thrown away.
Like u will always remain my adorable n loving friend either near or far away.

Longest is mother's love, shortest is others' love, sweetest is
lover's love. but strongest is friends's love. have a lovely day.

success is never ending, failure is never final
tough times never last, but tough people do.


From India, Gurgaon
Hi all..i have nothing to share except the true wishes to all the members "Wish u Rocking Friendship Day"
From India, Vadodara
There are days when
bubbling from us comes
the innocent child within,
who giggles at the little things
and wears a silly grin.
There are days when
melancholy comes to
visit for a while;
the mind feels tired, the body weak;
we have no strength to smile.
There are days when
joy abundant
grabs a hold of you and me;
wraps us up in all it's splendor,
lifts us up and sets us free.
There are days when
sorrow wraps us
in its cloak of grief and fear,
'till our hearts ache to the breaking,
'till our eyes can't shed a tear.
There are days when
love bestows us
with its wonderment and light;
with its beauty and its mystery,
its power and its might.
And there are days when
life rewards us
and seems to make amends
by granting us a marvelous gift,
the precious gift of Friends.

From India, Hyderabad

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Hi Friends, Advance Friendship day wishes......:icon1:
From India, Madras
Hello Friends... Wishing U All Happy Friendship Day in Advance........... :) :) Regards, Neha :)
From India, Hyderabad

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Ya i saw it later. initially when u posted i couldnt see the pics and by the time i posted the pics u posted the link..............anyways nice pics yaar
From India, Madras
Friendship is co-operative and supportive behavior between two or more people. In this sense, the term connotes a relationship which involves mutual knowledge, esteem, and affection and respect along with a degree of rendering service to friends in times of need or crisis.

Types of friendships

Best friend (or close friend): a person(s) with whom someone shares extremely strong interpersonal ties with as a friend.

Acquaintance: a friend, but sharing of emotional ties isn't present. An example would be a coworker with whom you enjoy eating lunch, but would not look to for emotional support.

Soulmate: the name given to someone who is considered the ultimate, true, and eternal half of the other's soul, in which the two are now and forever meant to be together.

Pen pal: people who have a relationship via postal correspondence. They may or may not have met each other in person and may share either love, friendship, or simply an acquaintance between each other.

Internet friendship: a form of friendship or romance which takes place over the Internet.

Comrade: means "ally", "friend", or "colleague" in a military or (usually) left-wing political connotation. This is the feeling of affinity that draws people together in time of war or when people have a mutual enemy or even a common goal. Friendship can be mistaken for comradeship. Former New York Times war correspondent Chris Hedges wrote:

“ We feel in wartime comradeship. We confuse this with friendship, with love. There are those, who will insist that the comradeship of war is love — the exotic glow that makes us in war feel as one people, one entity, is real, but this is part of war's intoxication. [...] Friends are predetermined; friendship takes place between men and women who possess an intellectual and emotional affinity for each other. But comradeship – that ecstatic bliss that comes with belonging to the crowd in wartime – is within our reach. We can all have comrades.[3] ”

As a war ends, or a common enemy recedes, many comrades return to being strangers, who lack friendship and have little in common.

Casual relationship or "Friends with benefits": the sexual or near-sexual and emotional relationship between two people who don't expect or demand to share a formal romantic relationship. In the U.S., this is considered "a fling".

Boston marriage: an American term used in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to denote two women that lived together in the same household independent of male support. Relationships were not necessarily sexual. It was used to quell fears of lesbians after World War I.

Blood brother or blood sister: may refer to people related by birth, or a circle of friends who swear loyalty by mingling the blood of each member together.

Roommate: a person who shares a room or apartment (flat) with another person and do not share a familial or romantic relationship.

Imaginary friend: a non-physical friend created by a child. It may be seen as bad behavior or even taboo (some religious parents even consider their child to be possessed by an evil spirit), but is most commonly regarded as harmless, typical childhood behavior. The friend may or may not be human, and commonly serves a protective purpose.

Spiritual friendship: the buddhist ideal of kalyana-mitra, that is a relationship between friends with a common interest, though one person may have more knowledge and experience than the other. The relationship is the responsibility of both friends and both bring something to it.

From India, Madras

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