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Personal Qualities and Value of Friendship.

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Personal Qualities and Value of Friendship By: Syeda Fatima Rizvi Development of human qualities starts from one's childhood. Parents, teachers, religious leaders and others leave a lasting impression in one's life throughout the years of growth. I find myself to be fortunate enough to have been blessed with parents who are loving and caring, teachers who are understanding and helpful, and religious leaders who have nourished my life with their wisdom. A personal quality that I want to develop is confidence. With this trait, I hope to succeed in the future. Confidence allows one to "think big" and lets one trust his instincts and reach the path of success. ...read more.


My friends tell me that I am sociable and friendly. I believe that respect is a major part of any relationship. Respect for feelings and emotions, respect for thoughts and opinion, and respect for privacy will win you many friends in your life. Being friendly doesn't only mean that you make friends easily but it shows your respect for others. You are recognized by the respect you give to others. In turn, you will receive respect for yourself. You must be sincere, patient, respectful, and willing to help. Before trying to make friends, you should be one. The values I would like to share with someone whom I may call a friend will be honesty, sincerity, kindness, mannerism, and loyalty. ...read more.


Some friends take advantage of their friendship with others. They "use" others, or take them for granted. Friendship with these people soon stops because it is based on selfish motives. The most important quality I value in a friend is loyalty. Loyalty is the faithful devotion to a friend. A person who is loyal adheres to being patient, helpful, honest, trustworthy, and respectful. The loyalty of a person is the main trait that makes her a friend. A loyal friend is always there when you need her and helps you in every way she can. " True Friendship never dies. A true friend is there always Through good times and bad Through sorrow and grief A true friend will never walk away. They are here to stay." - Karen Sue Magee ?? ?? ?? ?? July 22, 2003 ...read more.

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