A sibling is a random person with whom you must live throughout your childhood.
Unlike a friend or a lover or a spouse, you do not choose a sibling based on attraction or affinity. Unlike a parent, or at least a good parent, a sibling has usually not been devoted to your care and seeing you flourish.
Sibling relationships are authentic. Often siblings grow up in the same environment, share the same parents, and share common memories and similar experiences. ... Our siblings are our family tree. They are a part of who we are and that relationship is a shared history that makes this unique relationship invaluable.
Through the good, the bad, and the ugly– siblings are there with us through it all. It’s important to have gratitude for the special bond that comes with siblings, and to acknowledge the importance of such a lifelong relationship.
Siblings are your only enemy you can’t live without. Siblings that say they never fight are most definitely hiding something. They say that no matter how old you become, when you are with your siblings, you revert back to childhood.
The greatest gift our parents ever gave us was each other...