When I was in high school, my economics teacher, Mr Semenya, used to say “no man can live in isolation.” Well, that’s true; we are all interdependence and even though some people like to say they can live without the help of the next people, I, however, find that delusional. One thing that I’m sure of is that one day you’ll need an urgent, or rather vital help of the next person. In short, I dismiss the idea of individualism.
Because many people, if not all, realise the importance of companionship (mhm, thinking of my dearest companion, Nonkie Mamorobela), they tend to have friends to keep the company. I mean let’s face it, friends have become an important part of our lives. There are things that we can’t share with our families, but only with our friends. In some cases, people get attached to their friends to the extent that one might think they are families. Perfect right, but what happens when your friend turns into a bragging hyena? Take it from me, it can be irritating.


One response

  1. Well the thing is tell them whatever they are doing they are doing it for themselves not for you, Ha motho a o jwetsa dihaeya,that she/he is studying actuary science for bragging,ask thwm why are they tell you when because they are not doing it for you or they tell you that they are a CEO,so what they are doing it for themself not for you.

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