You make your own definitions of Me, self, and friendship. This is mine I share because it is friendly to Me. It is not meant to be a template.
I am the bride of Christ. When I speak of Me, I speak as one claimed by Love and in Love. When I speak of Me, I speak of this person I am in that complex union, dynamic and without lines. My self is the same as to say, Me with Christ and Christ with Me.
Using the term, Me, is a general term for that part that remains in each of us that is timeless, unchanged by trauma or indignity. The Me describes who you or I are still in any dimension or medical condition. The Me does not depend on a heart beat.
Being a friend to yourself means believing and treating yourself in ways that are consistent with your belief that although we are victimized in life, being the victim is a free choice. We are free to choose.
Out of this, our friendship grows to include the truth that we accountable to ourselves. We don’t look for nidus of control outside of our friend, Me.
Our friendship grows further to include presence with our personal journey, which in turn heightens our presence with what connections we share with others. These connections naturally require bank to generate and maintain and bank, as in any country, requires hard work. To serve others demands funds, even emotional and behavioral funds, physical funds and sociological.
Everything starts and ends with Me. (Refer to above.)
Question: What is your “Me, self, and friendship?” Please tell us. I’d love love to hear.
- Breaking down the cost of friendship (clickondetroit.com)
- ‘The sweetness of friendship’ >; Friends are ‘the sunshine of life,’ the author says. (newsreview.com)
- Friend vs Friendly (workingmomshuffle.wordpress.com)