7 things I look for in someone

7 things I look for in someone:
 
Beautiful, Intelligent, Gentle, Thoughtful, Innocent, Trustworthy, Sensible.
 

Beautiful – Who doesn’t want a good-looking friend? That everytime you look at them, it always feels like first glance and be inspired once again. Without these beautiful faces of them, you’ll never have the inspiration you need that will make you get out of bed in the morning. And it really feels good to have these friends around and be proud you have such pals like them.

Intelligent – Not just being a big help in the examinations and pop quizzes, that we all know is a big advantage, it’s also fun sharing ideas with these smart people around you. At times of boring moments, you can always have a chit chat about History, or how Benjamin Franklin saved USA, or why the human heart continually beats or any other weird fact topics.

Gentle – Although I like crazy and loud friends, it’s still fun to have some gentle and behaved people around. When you need some time alone and peace of mind during troubled days, these friends could be around comforting and asking you what’s wrong. They may be boring and quiet as they are, but they can be a big part of your life.

Thoughtful – Yes, feels good when someone actually cares for you, right? Texts and calls you when you’re sick and absent from class, and even visits you at your house. They’re everything in anything.

Innocent – People who you can’t invite to do something illegal but the ones who will make you feel guilty and sorry for what you’ve done. Innocent are innocent, has a clean soul, and highly respective people.

Trustworthy – Trust is something that’s hard to retrieve once lost. And having a trustworthy friend is really seldom. Like in a bacteria-killing brand, 99.9% are all liars and the remaining .01% are whom you can put your trust. These people are the ones who can keep secrets without fail.

Sensible – People showing a good sense or judgment. Keenly aware of what’s happening around. And not ignorant.

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