good friends are like stars, you don’t always see them but they are always there

Definition

This idiom ‘good friends are like stars, you don’t always see them but they are always there’ is a metaphor used to show the importance and value of having good friends in our lives.

Examples

My friends are like stars, always there for me even when we’re not together

My friends are like stars, no matter how far away I go, I know they’ll always be there for me

Origin

The origin of this idiom is unknown.

FAQs

refersTo

Does this idiom refer to friends that are physically present or just those we think of fondly?

answer

No, it can also be used to talk about family or other loved ones.

onlyForFriends

Is the idiom only used to talk about friends?