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How to set priorities among good friends?

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Asked by Priya, 30 Dec '13 11:03 am
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No need to set priorities,,,, just devote equal amount of time to all your friends so that they don't feel neglected.
Answered by Lime Cordial, 30 Dec '13 11:28 am

 
  
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Treat every one alike so that all remain good only
Answered by babu rao, 30 Dec '13 11:23 am

 
  
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You have to change your life.',
Step 1: Look for the best qualities of others and yourself. Take advantage of situations where you can exercise your best qualities and highlight those of others. Record your thoughts daily and review them to visualize what affects us and how. Schedule a window for quiet time each day.
Step 2: Give others the same dignity that you would expect to receive. Recognize that status or income levels do not make the man nor determine his value. Take time to actually hear what others have to say instead of interjecting your own personal thoughts or simply not paying attention.
Step 3: Become involved in what others have to say by asking sincere questions and waiting for an answer. This will enhance your relationships, allowing you to make positive contributions to a healthy friendship.
Step 4: Provide assistance to others when needed, going out of your way if necessary. Acts of kindness are often met with reciprocal acts of kindness. You are further ...more
Answered by Royesh Sapat, 30 Dec '13 11:23 am

 
  
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People close to you are your 'good friends' and we treat them equally .
No priorities can be set among them , its only with casual acquaintances that the priorities can be set.
Answered by Ginger, 30 Dec '13 11:05 am

 
  
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You have to change your life.',
Step 1: Look for the best qualities of others and yourself. Take advantage of situations where you can exercise your best qualities and highlight those of others. Record your thoughts daily and review them to visualize what affects us and how. Schedule a window for quiet time each day.
Step 2: Give others the same dignity that you would expect to receive. Recognize that status or income levels do not make the man nor determine his value. Take time to actually hear what others have to say instead of interjecting your own personal thoughts or simply not paying attention.
Step 3: Become involved in what others have to say by asking sincere questions and waiting for an answer. This will enhance your relationships, allowing you to make positive contributions to a healthy friendship.
Step 4: Provide assistance to others when needed, going out of your way if necessary. Acts of kindness are often met with reciprocal acts of kindness. You are further ...more
Answered by Sachin Kohli, 30 Dec '13 11:04 am

 
  
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