On the Necessity of Friendship and the Loss of It In Our Times – Community in Mission

One of the many troublesome aspects of the modern age of which I have written before is the demise of friendship. While the terms “friend” and “friendship” might be bandied about rather easily today, they do not usually mean friendship in its deeper and original sense. Rather, we use the terms to refer to acquaintances rather than friends. True friendship has a depth, history, and stability. It involves some sort of commonality of life and a deeper knowledge of the other.

On the Necessity of Friendship and the Loss of It In Our Times – Community in Mission

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