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    إفتراضي تعبير عن الصداقة

    اريد عن الصداقة موضوع ومشكووووورين
    حياتنا مجرد ذكريات يوميه
    سجل وقائع الاحداث
    وايامنا تدون الذكريات وللاسف
    تدون الجراح......
    الصداقه : قلم عاجز عن التعبير وهي
    اسمى شئ في الوجود L&M

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    يااااااااااااخي ساعدونا
    حياتنا مجرد ذكريات يوميه
    سجل وقائع الاحداث
    وايامنا تدون الذكريات وللاسف
    تدون الجراح......
    الصداقه : قلم عاجز عن التعبير وهي
    اسمى شئ في الوجود L&M

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    بالانجليزي أو عربي

    ممكن أني أساعدك
    بس رد قبل لا أطلع

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    Friendship With God الصداقة مع الله

    We can come to know friendship with God, not only through salvation in Jesus Christ, but in our day-by-day experience. We must start, of course, by coming to Christ and receiving His salvation. But we can also learn to walk with God in friendship, in relationship. This is established not only on the basis that you've been born again, but because you've come to walk with Him. Jesus had walked with his disciples for three years when one day He said to them, "No longer do I call you servants... but I have called you friends" (John 15:15). The Lord Jesus calls us to walk with Him in that relationship, but everything in us—everything about our lives—rebels against it. Three primary things work against the possibility of our having a confident relationship with God:

    1) The absence of a role model.

    Many who read this have had no one in their formative years to model how a person in a confident relationship with God should live. Many authority figures have failed. Fathers or pastors who violated their trust left many with a negative impact rather than a positive role model.

    Or possibly there were models but you weren't close enough with them to really observe their character. We haven't had that confident walk with God demonstrated to us; thus we don't know how to respond to life's situations from within that framework. A boy's dad can stand beside him and say, "Son, when you go to the plate, put your feet about this far apart, and scoot your hands down the bat about two or three inches. You'll be able to manage it better when you swing. That's good. Now don't shift your weight too soon. That's it." That's a coach, a role model. Someone who shows you how it's done. When that kid goes to the plate, he is going to feel more confident because there was someone to model the way he should position himself when playing baseball.

    Most of us weren't called to baseball, but to a vital relationship with God. But few of us have had good role models.

    2) The presence of corruption.

    Our work places vary from sophisticated to crude, but either way we can be surrounded by the lewd, the corrupt, and the foul. The pornographic, the obscene, and the suggestive permeate the work place. The air is blue with profanity, and the innuendo is ever present. The rest room walls are scrawled with filth.

    Everything about life is surrounded by corruption, and it works against your being a person who walks with God. You feel like Isaiah who said, "I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips" (Isaiah 6:5). You feel that sense of unworthiness and inadequacy, and it effects your ability to walk with God.

    3) The consciousness of our own failures.

    There is not one of us who has not sinned. Our sins may have been very private or very public, but shortcomings and failures have crawled into our flesh. The impact of those things—once they lay hold of your mind—is so telling, so pervasive. You may have repented and received forgiveness, but you find that you still can't cleanse your mind of the recollection of those scenes that have riveted themselves into place. And because of that, there is a lack of conviction in your own assurance toward God.

    Friendship with God is the starting place. You want to be able to walk into his presence with holy hands. You may say, "you haven't seen what my hands have done; what they have touched. There is nothing holy about my hands." But there is good news for each of us. We are called to friendship with God by the One who Himself had His arms stretched out and His hands nailed through in order that our hands might be cleansed by His blood. And there is not one of us who can't put our hands in front of us right now and say, "Because of Jesus, these can be holy hands."

    So lift your hands with me and praise the Lord for the confidence of forgiven sin and the assurance that we can walk before the Lord in holiness. Praise God and thank Him for that promise. Hallelujah! Friendship with God is a viable option. A possibility we can walk into with real confidence. God wants it. He has ordained it and Jesus paid the price for it.

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    My Friend



    He arrives early and leaves the same.
    Hums out loud, fantisizes of fame.
    Twitches his lip and tells a tail,
    Which picks me up without any fail.
    His fingers on the table to beg and plead.
    And sarcastically asks for what he needs.

    So slowly I become his friend,
    With every word and every end.
    And if the day comes when he will know,
    I'll have the answer to the joke he'll throw

    Talk about movies and that song you heard,
    The amusing times encouraged by a word.
    "Mulligatawny, ooh that feels good,"
    Laughing more than anyone should.
    Our bond is natural, but no one would expect,
    All the things you say are out of respect.

    So even more becoming my pal,
    In a pentagon is written "Supergal"
    And when I can someday be so brave,
    I won't take my secret to the grave.

    I weave my web and hope he gets cault,
    I have things to say, he has a lot.
    Dropping everything to hear a sound,
    There are secrets, many I've found.
    Embarrassing? Who cares, I won't say,
    For every one, I can't tell what I'd pay.

    So I am a super good friend,
    With each game I hope to win.
    Playing a joke and my mind,
    I will remember my friend so kind.

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    What is friendship? مااااااا الصداقة


    friendship
    This leads to a sense of familiarity, which is expected, but it can also give a sense of intimacy, even friendship, which is wrong, because what’s going on here is not friendship, although inside us many of the feelings that come from being a regular reader of a weblog are the same ones we feel as we are developing a friendship, in the world evolution designed us for. But this is not that world.

    And with this comes a tough lesson, and unfortunately it seems, you only learn this by living, television doesn’t teach it, schools don’t teach it, and if you’re above a certain age, our parents didn’t teach it. You have to learn it by living, by thinking of someone as a friend, only to find out they don’t think of you as a friend. It can be devastating, I know, I’ve been there myself. But all the wishing, all the manipulation, all the determination, just serves to push the would-be friend further away. Because friendship is something you choose to do, you don’t do it out of a sense of obligation. To force someone to be a friend is to not have a friend.

    It’s not just something that happens with blogs, celebrity of any kind yields a false intimacy, they’ve made dozens of movies about it. The star is objectified. In the presence of a fan, the star is not a human, it’s an object, it behaves the way the fan wants it to behave. It signs the autograph, it smiles, it thanks. Stephen King wrote a horror story about this called Misery in which the protagonist is bound, held hostage and tortured by a fan. There’s an awful DeNiro movie, where he plays a fan who’s determined to be friends with a star, played by Jerry Lewis. It’s one of the few movies I’ve walked out on, it’s so hard to watch.

    I learned a lot about friends when I got sick in 2002. I learned that a friend is someone I trust to be with me when I am at my weakest and most vulnerable. And they are people who, no matter how painful it is to see, are willing to be with me when I am so helpless and weak. If I would trust my life with you, and vice versa, we are friends. It’s not about whether you are trustworthy, or whether you are friendly, it’s the actual act of trust that is the basis of friendship. If I trust you to be truthful, then you’re a friend. If I find I must be careful how I say things, then it’s something other than friendship.

    Friendship is not a state of mind, it’s an act. It’s something you do, it’s not about whether you’re good or not, it’s not a reflection of you, it’s a balanced relationship between people. That doesn’t mean it’s always balanced at every moment. Sometimes you “need a friend” and other times it’s the other way. It’s a trust that’s returned. When I was younger and thought I was in love, a friend said it’s not love unless it’s returned. Friendship and love are not quite the same thing, although there’s a lot of love around friendship. I learned that love isn’t even something about two people, it’s a state of being for one person. You aren’t in love, you are love. You are, whether you acknowledge it or not. The heart that’s pumping blood through your body is an act of love, 24 hours a day, whether you’re Mother Teresa or Adolf Hitler. (Sorry for the extreme example.)

    There’s a world of difference between being a friend and being a fan. I’ve heard people who I’ve never met say we’re friends. And then of course when I do something they don’t like, I’ve betrayed the supposed friendship. They’re living in a dreamworld. The more popular my weblog has become the more people have this dream. It’s very puzzling to be the object in the middle of this swirl of emotions, I say object because my job isn’t to be truthful, my job is to be who you think I should be. Of course that’s not friendship, that’s torture.

    In 1997 I wrote: “When a friend changes you can find the bond that’s connecting you at a deeper level. The surface stuff isn’t a good thing to depend on. Physical bodies change as they grow. So do emotional bodies and intellectual ones. Take a deep breath. People move, life is more like a wild dance than a ceremony. You just can’t tell what’s coming next.”

    So if you find yourself trying to coerce someone into not changing, then dear reader, that is not friendship, that is coercion

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    شوووف أذاا تريد مساعدة قووول ؟؟
    وإذااا تريد صووور عن الصداقة هم قووول في الخدمة

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    lمشكككككككككككككور والله فديتك
    حياتنا مجرد ذكريات يوميه
    سجل وقائع الاحداث
    وايامنا تدون الذكريات وللاسف
    تدون الجراح......
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    العفووووو وإإذاا تريد شي ثاني ترى في الخدمة

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