“A friend in need is a friend indeed.” This is a   . proverb that stands true always. In our day to day work, we come across so many persons and all of them are not our friends.
Friends have some qualities in common. They are generally of the same age group. Their attitudes and interest, likes and dislikes are generally common. Most friends may   live nearby, go to the same school or may do the same work. Good friends know all about one another. There would be no secrets among them. They love one another better than their relative.
There are different kinds of friends. True and faithful friends, casual friends and false or fair-weather friends. Among these   true and faithful friends the best in qualities which you should also have.
True friends are like one soul, living in two bodies. They are attached so much to one another. A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out." . True friends never flatters you. He may at times frowns upon you. A friend’s frown is better than a foe’s praise. True friends stand by you, at all times and shares you joys and sorrows. It is an unbroken friendship till the last.
In our day to day affairs, we come across so many who become friends for a purpose. There are also other type of friends, who are casual friends. We meet them on   our travels in buses and the trains. But at the end of the journey, each goes his own way and the casual friendship is also gone. There are fair-weather friends. They are sycophants. They praise you to skies and linger around you as long as you enjoy property and power. When fortune turns against you, they cannot   be   seen.
Friendship   multiplies our joys and divides our sorrows. A world without a friend,
what would it be? It would be like a world without water, something you need.
Friends are like glass, once broken, they are hard to fix. Keep your friends, as
you would keep your water."
  Kamal Sahabandu