438 words short essay on My Best Friend. A good friend is a gift of God. He is a great boon. The world is gloomy in the absence of a true friend. A true friend always stands by his friend whether he is in distress or in pleasure. He is honest, sincere and always helping to his friend. Such a friend is indeed rare in today’s world when qualities have been lost in the fast race of materialism.
A true friend is a source of joy, hope and inspiration to his friend. He is humble and modest. He has all the regards for his friend. He never looks down upon his friend even if he is inferior to him in terms of wealth, money and capability. He never poses to be what he is. He is ideal in every respect.
Sushil is my best friend. He belongs to a well-to-do family. He has been my class fellow since my very childhood. His father is a chartered accountant. His mother is a teacher. He is very sincere in his studies. He is very brilliant. He always stands first in his class. He is also active in other curricular activities. He always wins prizes in debates and quiz contest. He is a very good speaker. He is a very good bowler. He has represented his school in inter-school tournament and won several prizes.
Sushil is a bundle of good qualities. He has respect for his elders. He is very friendly to his juniors. He is very helpful to the needy and the poor. He feeds the hungry and nurses the sick. He has a religious bent of mind. He is very studious and knowledgeable. He has great urge for knowledge. He has vast knowledge of many things. He is very dutiful. Service to humanity is his ideal.
Sushil is very soft-spoken. He never loses his temper. Even if in most difficult situation he is cool and calm. He is very practical. His advice is very helping. He is always ready to help those who approach him. He respects and loves all.
Sushil is regular in his studies. He is always ready with his homework. He is very punctual. He always comes to school in time. He never misses his class. He gets up early in the morning. He is very obedient to his parents. He never plays foul. He believes in the ideal of simple living and high thinking. He wants to become a doctor to serve the society.
I consider myself fortunate to have a good friend like Sushil. He is a source of strength and guide to me. All these qualities make him my best friend.