- You make friendships because you have common enemies. Fear and threat to survival can bring people together.
- You make friendships because you have a common problem. You talk about your problems and become friends. For example, sickness, job dissatisfaction, etc.
- People get together because they have common interests. For example, through business or a profession (doctors, architects, social workers, etc.)
- You make friends because you have common tastes. You have similar tastes in sports, movies, entertainment, music, hobbies, etc.
- People become friends because of compassion and service. Out of compassion and pity for someone, you become friends with them.
- People become friends merely because of long-term acquaintance.
Friendship for a Cause