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There are several different types of friendship and within those types there are different levels One of the basic types is between the rich class and the poor class It seems as if the wealthy need friends in order to share their possessions and belongs After all what good are money and material items without anybody to share them with Those living near poverty need friends on a more desperate basis They feel much more secure if they have friends to protect them when the road gets rough p 688 When we travel about we may see a man with many friends Often times we tend to think of this man as well liked or possible a noble man This thought is derived from the amount of friends around him For example there are two men One has a single friend beside him The other has five friends around him Most likely we will think of the man with five friends to be more noble and well liked than the man with one friend It is always good to have friends after all arent two brains better than one However we must watch how we chose our friends The ideal friendship also known as the perfect relationship is based on love and affection How we choose our friends is all together different It is like the old saying Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder If we have a real friend we wish him well for his own sake not for the conversations sake This type of relationship is extremely rare it takes two of a kind with similar interests and moral beliefs to form it The beneficial relationship between friends is one that gives enjoyment self-gain and goodness to one party It is often referred to as friendship based on utility p 690 In other words we receive some type of pleasure out of it This is a very unhealthy relationship and will
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