Social media has changed our perception of friendship, how we view it, how we behave towards our friends, even how we use the word ‘friend’.

So, what does being a good friend really mean? Better still your Best Friend?

The qualities of a Best Friend include honesty, love, warmth, loyalty and simply someone you can just be you with, whatver age or stage in life you are at.

A Best Friend is non-judgemental; he or she give you unconditional love. They put you ahead of themselves. And to BE a good friend, of course we should reciprocate these qualities.

A Best Friend is someone who lets you have total freedom to be yourself — and especially to feel. Or, not feel. Whatever you happen to be feeling at the moment is fine with them. That’s what real love amounts to — letting a person be what he or she really is.

A Best Fiend is there for you through good times and the bad times. A Best Friend is  the one who can sense when you’re feeling down; they’re the ones who reach out and say they were thinking of you, just because,  and, although you may not have seen them for a long sometime, they are still the closest people to you because your connection surpasses time.

The conversation carries on, like it was only yesterday you saw or spoke with each other. It’s like there is an invisible chord connecting our spirit.

As the infamous Hollywood actress Marlene Dietrich remarked:  “It’s the friends you can call up at 4 am. that matter.”

Most of today’s social media isn’t a replacement for one-on-one time with a Best Friend. Where Friends Past differs uniquely from other media, is that Friends Past gives you the wonderful opportunity to pay Tribute yo all those you have loved and laughed and walked the journey of life with, but for whom this road we call Life has come an end, whatever the circumstance or twist of fate.

You can tell such a Best Friend’s story and pay Tribute to jim or her here and now on Friends Past. A Tribute that will endure for ever and ever.