My Best Friend
Good friends are very rare in these fast changing days. Old values have gone and new ones have not yet come. Still, one must have a friend one can confide in. I am lucky to have number of friends. I love has one of them. Rahul is my best friend. I am really proud of him. He comes of a respectable family. His father is a landlord. We are class fellows. He is one of the best students of our class. He understands things quickly. He is a bright and active. He is very punctual. He is obedient and respectful. He is soft-spoken. He is good in studies. He is not a book-worm. He reads extra books and is not confined to his textbooks. He takes interest in current affairs and often discusses with me important issues of the day. His approach is direct but impartial. He is tolerant, broadminded and co-operative. He is fond of visiting restaurant and he takes his lunch outside on Sundays. He is also found of seeing movies in theater. Sometimes, he compels me to accompany him even though I have seen that particular movie. In fact, nobody is absolutely free form shortcomings. I allows him to enjoy such liberties and he do not cross the limit. He is a good player of badminton but he has never played any university match. He is always open to argument. He is a well-mannered boy. I am really proud of him.
Essay No. 02
My Best Friend
Man is a social being and by instinct seeks companionship of others. In our journey through life we meet countless people, but with everyone we do not make friends. This is because the essential condition of friendship is affinity of mind, tastes and temperament. The few in who we discover the affinity, we make friends with and they carve out an abiding place in our hearts.
Rahul is my best friend. He is my class- mate and neighbour. He has a lovable character, charming personality and enviable manners. He is son of a doctor. His mother is also a doctor and as such he has been brought up in a very healthy environment. He is the single child of his parents and hence the apple of their eye. Right from our early childhood, we played together and enjoyed each other’s company. I cannot recollect my first meeting with Rahul. He is most obedient to his parents and does not like to make them angry in any case.
Rahul is a gem in his studies. He is always first in our class. All the teachers are proud of his abilities as there is not a single question which he cannot answer or a single sum which he is not able to solve. He is a pastmaster of English language. He speaks very fluently and writes a good hand. He is a top class debater and can speak on every topic with full confidence. He won many prizes in debates, competitions and quiz programmes.
Rahul has one more quality worth the name. he has a high taste for music and singing. He knows by heart almost all the filmi and on- filmi songs. He does not like pop songs. Gazals are his favourite field. He can imitate the Gazals sung by Mahdi Hassan, Gulam Ali and Jagjit Singh. He tried to write his own Gazals also and sing them.
Rahul is not without weakness. He does not take part in any games and sports. he never visits the playground. I have never seen him with a football, cricket bat or a hockey in his hand. He says it is not his field. He goes for long walks in the mornings but is not a sportsman. His ambition in life is to become a teacher. He wants to be real teacher, a benefactor of students and a storehouse of knowledge and ability and I am sure his ambition will be fulfilled some day.
I am proud of my friend and try to follow his footsteps in every field. I wish that our friendship should last forever because it is very difficult to find a real friend.
Essay No. 03
My Best Friend
Everyone needs a best friend in life. We need someone whom we can trust. A best friend should be there for us all the time, no matter what the situation may be. In my case, I have known my best friend for my entire life. My best friend happens to be my younger sister, Sunita. She is only thirteen months younger than I am, so we are very close. She has taught me how to trust people, how to help me with my problems, and how to open up as an individual. I always had a hard time learning how to trust people. The one person I found that I could trust with everything was my sister Sunita. I could always go to her and let her know if I had done something wrong. She would assure me that she would not tell anyone if I didn’t want her to. I knew all my secrets would be safe with her and that nobody would find out unless I told them.
Problem solving was another thing that Sunita could help me with. Whenever I had a problem that I couldn’t quite work out myself, I went to her. Whether it had to do with boys, school work, sports, or even just things running through my mind, she always solved my problems. It’s like she knew all the answers for all my questions. She is a wonderful person to go to if you need advice or some kind of guidance in life. I was always a shy individual. I hardly ever spoke up or let myself be recognized. This is where my sister came and let me out of my shell. She made me go up to random people and just strike up a conversation with them. Sometimes that was hard and a little embarrassing, but in the end it ended up helping me. She showed me how to be more outgoing and to voice my opinion when it was necessary. When I become comfortable around a group of people, I usually tend to talk a lot more. I start up conversations and make many jokes. I like to see people have a good time, and when others are laughing, I usually am too. As a result of this, I became more social in school and seem to have a more enjoyable time at my job. Being a more outgoing person helped me to feel better about myself and more confident when I was around other people. It allowed me to open up and get to know a lot of people I had once overlooked as potential friends. Sunita and I do everything together. We went to all the high school football games, ran track, and went to the movies together. We had a dance class with each other and the teacher wanted to split us up in case of any fighting that may have occurred. That wasn’t a problem for us. Sunita and I even worked for a while together at Applebee’s. Most people couldn’t believe how well we got along, considering we were sisters. We even started going to church together and went on retreats. If you saw one of us, usually the other would be right behind.
I was disappointed that she wasn’t going to be with me anymore when I completed my school, but I was also happy for her because I knew she would be happy. We are four hours away from each other today. Even though we talk every day, we are both making new friends and changing our lives one day at a time. I know that I can call her anytime and she will be there for me. To this day, she is my best friend in the entire world. She is always there for me no matter what the reason may be. If it weren’t for Sunita, I don’t even know where I would be today. It is important that everyone has someone who they can trust and count on in life. She is my best friend who has molded me into the person I am today.
Essay No. 04
My Best Friend
It is very important for everybody to have some good friends in life.
I have a number of friends. Some of them are just fair weather friends. A few are good friends. But my best friend is Rakesh.
Rakesh is my next door neighbour also. We go to school together. We read in the same class and we sit on the same bench. We study and play together.
Rakesh believes in development of all round personality. He is very good at studies. He is also a good player of cricket. He is the Captain of the school cricket team. He is a good speaker also. He takes part in debates, declamation and paper reading contests and other extra-curricular activities.
I am not so good at studies. So, he helps me in my studies. He explains to me the solution of knotty sums which I cannot follow in the class.
Rakesh believes in high character and discipline. He respects all his teachers, parents and elders. He is never noisy or rowdy. He goes to school regularly and punctually.
He is also very particular about his health. He gets up early in the morning and goes out for a walk. He takes light exercise regularly. He never tells a lie. He believes in simple living and high thinking. He is very particular about cleanliness.
He stands by me through thick and thin. He never deserts me in time of need. He is ready to make any sacrifice for me. I’m proud of him.
May he live long !
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Friendships are beneficial to us in more ways than we may know. Often times we would have heard or made reference to this quote – “Friends are the family we choose”. This is true because it’s done of our own accord. We find that in our little communities, we keep friends for different reasons; either they we have a similar taste in books, movies, music, fashion or the likes of things. Friends benefit us in many ways and this is a known fact, but does the same stand true of friends that we make from different cultures?
So why are friends from different cultures important?
Multi-Culturalism: Having friends from different cultures promotes multi-culturalism. It helps you accept people from different races and ethnicities for their uniqueness and shows how to practice beliefs different from yours.
Personality Development: Traveling they say, helps one gain different experiences and which influences a one’s personality positively. But not everyone is opportuned to travel, thus having friends from different cultures helps to give some experience too. When you interact and become friends with people from different cultures, you leant about their practices, language, habits and so on and without realizing, you’re taking on different situations in life which help you develop yourself personally.
Knowledge and Experiences: One of the main advantages of making friends from different cultures is the amount of knowledge you gather. You learn about their world, beliefs, practices and more. The possibilities are limitless if you only just think about it.
Open and Accepting
Growing up, we learned about culture and practices that are specific to us. We mostly learn about other cultures from interacting with people from various cultural practices. There could be several things in their culture that are different from yours and it is not always that we agree with them, but we learn to become more accommodating, accepting and more broad minded of others’ differences. This makes us broaden our horizon and get away from a particular mindset.