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      • Do you agree or disagree that borrowing money from your friend harms or destroy the relationship with your friend?

      Do you agree or disagree that borrowing money from your friend harms or destroy the relationship with your friend?

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      Nov 26, 2008 05:02
      Though I never have borrowed any money from my friends, I disagree with someone who believes that borrowing money harms the relationships with your friends, and if I need money one day, I will borrow it from my friends definitely.
      There are a lot of reasons to support my idea, but two of them are more important than others.
      Others might cite, that it is not a good idea to borrow money from friends because it may harm the friendship. They might even provide reasons for supporting this argument, but I am very much inclined and having a feel that it is the mutually understanding of friends which keeps them close.



      First of all, from my point of view, the friendship should not be only in good times. Someone thinks that the friendship means that your friends and you go to a restaurant and spend a little time together, or go to a dance party or go to a soccer stadium and cheer your favorite team wildly etc.
      Let's take an example of two very close friends. One of them is rich and other is very poor and can't run his family and sometime may need help from the rich friend. In this case the friend who is poor can ask the rich friend for money to overcome his current problems and crysis, and when ever he has enough money he can retrun it back to his friend. Furthermore, I feel that, If the poor friend will be able to return the money back to his friend then their friendship and bonding will become stronger.

      But I can not name them the friendship. If we review legends and poetry throughout the history, you will find a proper definition for relationship definitely; you will understand people who tended to survive their friends even by losing their lives.
      Once he borrowed money from some moneylenders and missed out on the repayments. The loan sharks came looking for him and threatened his life. We again had to dig up whatever we can to pay these people off so as to prevent any serious thing from happening to him. We hope that he has learned his lesson. If this sort of thing should happen again, I doubt that anyone can help him out. He has practically exhausted what we have saved.

      Therefore, I do not think that borrowing some money from your friends is an awesome action and bothers or even harms the relationship.

      Furthermore, even though borrowing money from the friends may look useful only for the needy side, I believe that this can be useful for two sides.
      Actually financial problems always are not favorite subjects among friends; sometimes we need money and ask it from our friends while they don't have enough money to borrow us, so this issue causes that they feel shame or get into many troubles to provide it for us. Indeed, it's not fair and meets in our friendships.

      In other words, from my point of view, someone who lends their money may become needy themselves another time; in this situation, they can ask their friends an amount of money instead of their former favor.
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  • Thus, we can name it a spiritual exchange. For example, the biggest example that comes to my mind is about two years ago when my father lent some money to his friend, and recently when he needed himself, borrowed it from his same friend.
    When one borrows money from another, trouble can often find its way to either the lender or the borrower. It can never be in one's best interest to borrow money from someone because it might end up in a catastrophe. Money has been something the human race has been fascinated by for years, and wars have been fought for this pointless reason. People borrow from others because money can either aid a person in their existence or leave them famished in the street. However, once the money is borrowed, every penny must be returned to fulfill the debt.



    From what has been said, we can draw a conclusion that borrowing money do not harm the friendship, but can also improve it and I think that borrowing and lending money are the least thing in the friendship.
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    kevin
    Nov 29, 2008 10:52
    • Do you agree or disagree that borrowing money from your friend harms or destroy the relationship with your friend?
    • Do you agree or disagree that borrowing money from your friend harms or destroys the relationship with your friend?


    • Though I never have borrowed any money from my friends, I disagree with someone who believes that borrowing money harms the relationships with your friends, and if I need money one day, I will borrow it from my friends definitely.
  • Though I never have borrowed any money from my friends, I disagree with someone who believes that borrowing money harms the relationships with your friends, and if I need money one day, I will definitely borrow some from my friends.


    • Someone thinks that the friendship means that your friends and you go to a restaurant and spend a little time together, or go to a dance party or go to a soccer stadium and cheer your favorite team wildly etc.
    • Some people think that the friendship means that your friends and you go to a restaurant and spend a little time together, or go to a dance party or go to a soccer stadium and cheer for your favorite team wildly etc.


    • But I can not name them the friendship.
    • But I can not call that friendship.


    • If we review legends and poetry throughout the history, you will find a proper definition for relationship definitely; you will understand people who tended to survive their friends even by losing their lives.
    • If you review legends and poetry throughout the history, you will find a proper definition for friendship; you will understand people who tended to give/sacrifice their lives for their friends.


    • Furthermore, even though borrowing money from the friends may look useful only for the needy side, I believe that this can be useful for two sides.
    • Furthermore, even though borrowing money from the friends may look useful only for the needy side, I believe that this can be useful for both sides.


    • In other words, from my point of view, someone who lends their money may become needy themselves another time; in this situation, they can ask their friends an amount of money instead of their former favor.
    • In other words, from my point of view, someone who lends their money may become needy themselves at another time; in this situation, they can ask their friends for an amount of money to pay back the favor.


    • For example, the biggest example that comes to my mind is about two years ago when my father lent some money to his friend, and recently when he needed himself, borrowed it from his same friend.
    • For example, the biggest example that comes to my mind is about two years ago when my father lent some money to his friend, and recently when he needed himself, borrowed some from his same friend.


    • From what has been said, we can draw a conclusion that borrowing money do not harm the friendship, but can also improve it and I think that borrowing and lending money are the least thing in the friendship.
    • From what has been said, we can draw a conclusion that borrowing money does not harm the friendship, but can also improve it and I think that borrowing and lending money are insignificant things in friendship.

    Hi Amir,

    This was an interesting essay.

    I must say that I had a bad experience lending money to my best friend of over 20 years. It was not so much a problem with him as with his wife. We are still friends, but our friendship has been strained. I will probably never do that again.
    Hi Mahrou, nice to see you again. No, I did not know it was you, because I didn't look at the name!

    On the other hand, my father (who is Iranian), has had no problems lending and borrowing money from friends and family. Perhaps there is a cultural aspect to be considered.

    Amir
    Nov 29, 2008 13:00

    Dear kevin,
    Thanks a million and I can not forget your great favor
    In Persian we say, "I wish that you become old", which means, I wish that you have a long lifespan.

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