My Best Friend

The world appears to be gloomy in the absence of a true friend. Man, by nature, is a social animal. Therefore, the need for a true and honest friend is always uppermost in the mind of man. True friends, no doubt, are rare in this world.

Bob is my best friend. He has been my classmate
since my early days. He comes from a very good and respectable family. His parents are well-to-do. Bob always stands first in our class. Bob is keenly interested in games and debates. He is a good speaker and always bags prizes. He is one of the most popular boys in the school. Students like him very much because of his fine qualities and good character

He possesses all the positive qualities that make a good human being. He has a soft and polite disposition and his face reflects the goodness of his soul. He is ever ready to come forward to help others.
A friend is the elixir of life and panacea for many ills. A friend is very useful at the time of adversity. Bob testifies the proverb that "a friend in need is a friend indeed." But there are many in this world who are fair-weather friends.

My best friend is the embodiment of numerous human virtues. He is a quiet and sensitive boy who tries not to hurt anyone's feelings. Sympathetic to the less fortunate, he is often seen feeding the hungry and nursing the sick. Sincere and true, with a religious bent of mind, he is the best friend one can have. A sea of
knowledge, I have learnt a lot from him. Service of
humanity, devotion to duty, respect for elders and love for young ones are his great qualities.

I consider myself lucky that a person like Bob is my best friend. He is a great source of inspiration and strength to me.

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