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determine a friend Finding out who someone really is can be a very difficult thing to do Knowing who some one is inside and out takes time and dedication I learned that there are a few key factors when getting to know who some one really is Character determination of a friend can be based on three things honesty trust conflicts and how they are resolved The book a separate peace by John Knowles deals with all of these issues in the case of friendship You can use these three factors to see how good of a friend a person can be and determine there true character All through the fifteen years Ive lived this life there has always been one redundant term told over and over Honesty is key and if your talking about a friendship that s true If you dont have honesty you dont have anything to base your relationship on Being honest to a good friend should be subconscious and if its not then I wouldnt consider them a good friend You shouldnt have to struggle with a friend to be honest In a Separate peace Finny is always honest and speaks his mind Gene on the other hand comes across honest but you can never really tell He should not have told Finny that he jostled the limb on purpose if he wasnt even sure himself In the movie Dead Poet Society each and every group member was honest to each other and thats why they were the best of friends Also they learned to think honestly by themselves from their teacher through ways of poetry Much like how Finny learned honesty through sportsmanship Without knowing if Gene is honest or not Finny and the members of the Dead Poet Society would have made much better friends Darling 2 These friends where honest and therefore could trust each other Trust each other to resolve conflicts
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