I read on the Internet one time Pope Francis' letter about Utilitarian Friendships. In that letter, he strongly urged everyone to assess their relationships with people. He picks our brains by asking: Why does it always have to be 'I have to be friends with this person because I need something from them'? Why can't it be you just want to be friends for the sake of friendship?
I loved that letter. It urged me to assess all my friendships at the moment and consider which ones to toss or keep now, tomorrow, in the next few weeks, months, or prolly, years. To be honest, I don't know why I'm still friends with some of my friends.
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Learn when to let go of people who no longer respect you, uplift you, support you, or make time for you; Don't be afraid to let go of them just because of sentimental value, attachment of any kind, or you just don't want the friendship to go to waste-there's no point in keeping something that's more of a burden than joy. Remember that your happiness is your responsibility.
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At least, keep a utilitarian jacket. :D
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