You’ve heard the phrase: quality not quantity. These three words have been applied to a variety of business and work situations. But they are perhaps best applied to personal situations, especially those concerning friends.
When we first start forming friendships in our younger years, some of us overdo it and collect as many friends as possible while failing to connect deeply to any of them. And while a circle or group of supportive friends, even somewhat superficial, is a useful and comforting social situation to find ourselves in, we often yearn for more. That desire sneaks up on us in our older age when we realize it is more important to have real friends than many fake ones. Fake friends doesn’t have to mean pretend relationships or friends that we lie to or lie to us; it can merely refer to the depthless nature of those friendships.
So, as you grow up, you may find yourself spending more time on a few great friends instead of spreading your energy among many almost friends–and that’s okay.Image Source: lifehack.org