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GIFT FOR YOUR BEST FRIEND

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We all have a family whom we love and care. We think about the welfare of all the members of our family. But there is one person who we call our best friend, who may be a boy or a girl with whom we totally relate. At times of we seek his/her help and advice.  When we are happy or when we achieve something we want to share our joys and achievements with him/her. That person is actually my best friend and to reaffirm our love and care for him/her, we should give them a gift without any specific occasion.

 

When you choose a gift for your friend, always remember the times you have spent together and the happiness that you got from that persons’ companionship. After all, a true friend is someone who likes you not for your status or position but likes you for what you are as a person. A true friend is a person who can be relied upon and who will put your interest before theirs, when you need them.

 

It is very easy to select a proper gift for your friend as you know his/her likes and dislikes well. Things like which color would suit him/ her or the type things they would normally like to receive as gifts. You can win his/her heart by choosing an appropriate gift.

 

There is a wide range of gift items you can choose from. It you best friend carries a clutch bags often or a sling bag; choose the one in a color she likes most. A necklace of intricate design will look very good; why not give a beautiful multi-colored earring which will frame her face beautifully. A stole is also a good gift.  One likes to carry this on any type of dress. Purses, Clutches, jewellery pieces are the ones girls like most.

 

On the other hand you give a gift to your man friend who had  been very close to you, in whom you confide all your secrets,  he will appreciate a silk tie very much but the color should be such as will suit him. Give him a cushion cover digitally printed with Bruce Lee, Jacky Chan, or any of his favorite characters on screen. Better still give him a beautiful exclusive handmade painting of any building or portion of building or any specific are which he would love to put in his lobby. You can also gift him his favorite   snap hand sketched. The choice is wide.

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He is no Picaso, or Da-Vinci, but his work of art would be the closest to your heart. Because what he made just can’t let you take your eyes off it. Because there’s something about us humans, that we all love our selves.

 

It was middle of the winter when strolling in the piercing winds in the afternoon we came across this man who offered me and my husband a piece of art that he said we would cherish for our lifetime. Though hesitant, we agreed to sit for twenty requested minutes. We sat on that cold bench sipping coffee we had just ordered from the lone machine on the otherwise crowded community place.

 

We knew he was observing us. And his fingers are onto something. But those moments were magical. Don’t know if it was the breeze, the coffee, or both, but in the last 12 years of our togetherness, we were quite enjoying this moment.

 

In the daily hustle of our working life, we seldom get time to sit and hear silence. And this time was just spiritual. It seemed as if we were getting connected to an inner self. Whatever it was, those moments were worth the wait and the reflection.

 

He started walking towards us, holding the straightened white tree abstract in his hands. I was still enjoying the last few minutes, but my husband was more keen to jump and grab the sheet and see it. One look, and I knew what the expressions on his face meant. Usually shy to give out his feelings, my husband just hugged the artist out of sheer joy. And I was still waiting to see what made him do so.

 

I hopped to see the sketch, and it was an ecstatic emotion that could not have been penned. There are few things in life that touch your heart. This one touched our soul.

 

Its been three years, and we both still cherish those moments, and the handcrafted masterpiece that hangs right at the entrance of our lobby. To call it just a sketch would demean the bond we carry with it. Handcrafted. Priceless. Speechless.

 

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ted gomez's curator insight, October 11, 2013 2:49 PM

He is no Picaso, or Da-Vinci, but his work of art would be the closest to your heart. Because what he made just can’t let you take your eyes off it. Because there’s something about us humans, that we all love our selves.

 

It was middle of the winter when strolling in the piercing winds in the afternoon we came across this man who offered me and my husband a piece of art that he said we would cherish for our lifetime. Though hesitant, we agreed to sit for twenty requested minutes. We sat on that cold bench sipping coffee we had just ordered from the lone machine on the otherwise crowded community place.

 

We knew he was observing us. And his fingers are onto something. But those moments were magical. Don’t know if it was the breeze, the coffee, or both, but in the last 12 years of our togetherness, we were quite enjoying this moment.

 

In the daily hustle of our working life, we seldom get time to sit and hear silence. And this time was just spiritual. It seemed as if we were getting connected to an inner self. Whatever it was, those moments were worth the wait and the reflection.

 

He started walking towards us, holding the straightened white tree abstract in his hands. I was still enjoying the last few minutes, but my husband was more keen to jump and grab the sheet and see it. One look, and I knew what the expressions on his face meant. Usually shy to give out his feelings, my husband just hugged the artist out of sheer joy. And I was still waiting to see what made him do so.

 

I hopped to see the sketch, and it was an ecstatic emotion that could not have been penned. There are few things in life that touch your heart. This one touched our soul.

 

Its been three years, and we both still cherish those moments, and the handcrafted masterpiece that hangs right at the entrance of our lobby. To call it just a sketch would demean the bond we carry with it. Handcrafted. Priceless. Speechless.