The Importance Of Friendship

True friendship is reliable, transcending information-gathering and personal opinions. Friendship supports psychological well-being in order to maintain positive emotions.

In spiritual friendships, this is doubly so.

The head divides, while the heart does not. This has always been our inner conflict.
The head is a synonym for thoughts and judgements.
The heart is a synonym for purity of consciousness.

On the surface, this may look like male and female approaches, but reason dictates that our well-being depends on both, and that is a perfect definition of friendship. Friendship is dependable.

Do we need friends?
On a ordinary level, yes.
Once we realise the truth, no one is an enemy.
In genuine spiritual friendship, there is no partisanship.

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