How do we know things about people we...

How do we know things about people we work with?

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Please advise

Atlanta, GA

#1 Oct 19, 2013
How do we know that someone that is pretending to be our friend, is really our friend?
How do we know who to trust?
If someone knows his/her friends dont like you, and avoids you so as not to antagonize them, is this person really being your friend?
Isn't this being a bit childish to say you will not be someone's friend if they are on friendly terms with someone you hate?
dorks

United States

#2 Oct 19, 2013
these ppl must be mad. with friends like them yu dont need enemies.
if anybody is really your friend, they dont care who your other friends are.
to make you choose between them and others is like a commie or dictator.
wwjd? he would tell you to love your enemies too.
i am not a preacher to advise you spiritually or to teach against sins.
i just know what i myself would do.
jonlee

London, KY

#3 Oct 20, 2013
I suppose that would depend on what YOU classify as a friend. To me (just me)the people that you work with are not normally friends. They are mere acquaintances (a person known, but not a close friend).
If you have any doubts, chances are.... they are not your friend.

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