" The two most important days in your life are the day when you are born and the day you find out why? "
– Mark Twain
A known person is different and a friend is different. A friend is one who helps us in case of any problem without our request also. Many people come to you as friends when you have good money with you. If we consider all of them as friends once you lost the money such people will never come to you. Frogs will be there in the pond when there is water.
A good friend never ditches you. So if you understand the person correctly and then make friends, I think you need not worry about breaking the friendship. I agree with the author that broken friendship can't be restored easily.
Rahiman taga prem ka,
Mut toro chatkaya.
Tute se phir na jude,
Jude ganth pad jaye.
It says that the friendly relations are not to be broken. They are like a thread. The thread should not be broken because once it breaks we have to join it by making a knot. The knot remains there forever. So, if we break friendship, we can regain it but it would not be like earlier as the causes of break ups and other reasons will remain in our mind and haunt us for the life time.
Knowledge is power.
Some of our friends become so close to us that their presence is more important than relatives. We like to share our happiness and sorrows with them. Their niche in our life is so close to our heart that we find it difficult to live without them. But if this bond is once broken it causes irreparable loss.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease