Honesty, companionship, and loyalty are the components that configure a true friend. First, honesty includes both persons remaining truthful, sincere, and frank to one another. If there is not a trust between two persons than it is impossible to maintain a friendship. For example, when Susan, a high school teacher, was a freshman in high school her ‘best friend’ consequently lied about her true feelings for Susan’s boyfriend, which in turn led to a
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always find me yours’ explains a lot about the importance of loyalty to one another. Beethoven is saying that no matter what happens to his friend he will always be there for this person. Nothing will stand in the way of their friendship. If everyone would examine their friendships in this perspective there would be less arguments and longer lasting friendships. In conclusion, the three characteristics of a true friend are openness, companionship and reliability.