DOST

When you start learning riding bike there is always somebody who helps you. After you start doing better that person lets you ride alone, however, he follows you to catch  just in case you fall down. DOST does the same in your life.

Dost doesn’t ask you how you are, instead asks what is wrong with you even if you don’t see each other. Dost doesn’t try to be nice to you just to prove your friendship or anything. Dost leaves you alone by being around all the time. Dost doesn’t invite you to anything at their house expecting you to go to the kitchen and finish up their last cola in the fridge. Dost criticizes you not giving a damn where your friendship can go. Dost’s criticism is like a hard slap on your face making you realize the ugly truth all at once. Right, good dost is a good clean mirror reflecting you as you are.

Dost writes you how much you mean for her out of no reason. Dost lets you feel her right next to you even though you are miles away. Dost is always ready to listen to all the nonsense you think and talk about. Calling each other names, or sending each other to hell feels way better than telling compliments. I have my own way to let Dost know how important she is in my life.  It is like Robin who confessed her love to Barney by telling him ‘You are an idiot’. Dost is a family member, your mother prepares something for her, too,  when you go out together. You feel the same when you go to dost’s house. Eating at the same table with dost’s family without her feels like you are eating with your own family. You go everywhere together with your Dost. You enjoy all kind of craziness with your Dost. Nothing seems scary or embarrassing when you have your Dost around.

“Carefully watch your thoughts, for they become your words.

Manage and watch your words, for they will become your actions.

Consider and judge your actions, for they have become your habits.

Acknowledge and watch your habits, for they shall become your values.

Understand and embrace your values, for they become your destiny.

M. Gandhi

                 

P.S. Yes, dost means friend in English although it means more than friend in our language. In my story it is BFF  (Best Friend Forever).  Dost is getting married today and I am not there!

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by ilsekoch on October 28, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    “sending each other to hell feels way better than telling compliments”. Honesty is one of the most important values, especially nowadays is hard to find people who are truth to themselves and to others. BFF should be person like that even if sometimes it is a little bit unpleasant to us.

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  2. Posted by Nigar on November 22, 2012 at 10:52 am

    absolutely agree with you…even you yourself your own dost 🙂 that’s y dost is very important.

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