Thursday, July 14, 2011

Is Your Friendship Value a Bentley or a Kia?

I was on Facebook and one of my friends had this posting on her page “Have you ever noticed that Rolls Royce and Bentley don't have commercials? REASON: They know the value of their product brings customers to them. LESSON: When you know your value, you don't have to beg people to like you, to be your mate, to spend time with you or to love you. Be confident in who GOD made you to be. Everyone can't afford the LUXURY of your friendship.” This resonated with me so much I had to write an article about it, so big ups to Roxy Tee for the post.


This is such a true statement. When you are a good hearted person people will automatically gravity to you, you don’t have to advertise and solicit your friendship. I truly believe you get back what you put out in this world. A lot of people love Bentleys but very few will ever own one because most can’t afford it, just like your friendship, many may want it but is everyone worthy of it and can they afford it? In essence, watch the company you keep and the people you allow into your space, even the ones who are perceived as being able to afford it because they may abuse it.

It is up to you to discover, embrace and protect your self-worth. Many may want to be your friend, mate or confidant, but are they worthy of your crème de la crème friendship? This is a question that only you can answer. Just remember, when a new car is driven off the lot, even a Bentley, it starts to depreciate. It’s up to you to determine who the owner will be. Will it be someone that appreciates you, detail you and keep you garage parked or will it be someone who will neglect you, be careless and crash you or even lose you because they couldn’t afford you from the beginning.

If you know your friendship is the crème de la crème, just like a Bentley, then be selective about who you let sit in the driver’s seat. If you don’t know and don’t appreciate your self- worth then you open yourself up to the general public and anyone can set in the driver’s seat.

Always remember your self-worth even when others seem to forget or even ignorant to it!


I’m just saying.

C Double R!

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