As the saying goes: Hanging around with honest friends, you learn to be honest; hanging around with dishonest friends, you learn to be dishonest.
No matter what kind of friends we choose, the most important thing is that we should treat each other with sincerity, help each other, care about each other, and make progress together.
Differences in personality actually open up chances for friends to learn from each other’s good qualities and different hobbies indeed improve the quality of the communication.
A friend of mine once told me that in her eyes, friendship is more precious than marriage.
I hold that in a sense, friendship and marriage are very similar because marriage is supposed to get started from friendship and is thus the highest level of friendship but not the finishing line.
I think this view has some exaggeration in it. After all, friends are only friends and in no way could they replace the husband-wife relation.
There’s no denying that some people are very snobbish and they would like to make friends with us simply because we are useful to them.
Those who have no friends are poor people and you cannot expect them to be happy.
We should be able to distinguish real friends from purely business-typed ones.
You fall victim to your friends if you are not selective of them.
Sometimes we may feel extremely sad when a friend has cheated us, for real friends should not be like that.
You can fool all people some of the time or some people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.
Talking about friendship, we all have much to say because our friends always bring us endless joys and happiness.
Some people choose friends who are different from themselves while others would like to have friends who are similar to themselves. This is, in fact, not important.