A good listener. One who will call me on my perspective, when it gets warped; will encourage me when I should not get negative on myself; and, one who will keep confidences. This person must also have about the same set of values that I have. It is nice, but not a must, that this person likes to do some activities that I like.
loyal, trustworthy, must be of faith, and a great listener...Eureka, I just described my wife!
One who treats others the way they would want to be treated, And definitely trustworthy.
Someone who finds it naturally fine to go along. Among my bestfriends, there's one I call my really best. We're two different individuals yet it's wonderful how we've developed the friendship of not looking at each indifferences but the many beautiful things that made us stronger us friends.
Sincere is essential when I choose a lifelong friend. Why is sincere so important? For me, one has nothing if he/she is not sincere.
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