The older I am, the more difficult I feel it is to get friends whom I can trust. In fact, there’s a small part of me which feels like I don’t really know how to make friends anymore. Now, I think that meeting up with people is important for networking purposes and not much else.
I know, it’s bad isn’t it? But then again, making new friends at this age isn’t all that easy considering the fact that everyone has their own set of friends and that they may already have something in common.
So, I’ve started going out on my own. Thing is, when I had a boyfriend in Aussie, I walked alone as well. Then, when everyone was occupied on each and every weekend, I walked alone. Now, even when most of my friends are near, I still don’t mind walking alone.
So, what is it with people saying that people walking alone are pathetic? I know that some people just can’t do it, but you don’t see me calling any of them pathetic do you?
In fact, I think that going out on our own gives us a sense of freedom. We’re allowed to turn into shops without giving signals, we don’t have to promise to meet up somewhere at any particular time, we don’t have to decide together where to eat and what, and we can watch whatever we want.
All in all, the time is all yours to spend and you don’t have to spend it thinking about what other people might think or might feel.
Isn’t it cool to be a loner after all?
But sometimes it would be nice to have someone walking beside you to give you opinions or for you to joke with about things. And of course, humans do sometimes make better companions than books or newspapers.
It’s just that I think the constant pelting towards loners for being pathetic should stop, okay?
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