It is often the case that our friends share beliefs and attitude similar to ours. Indeed, this may have been one reason for becoming friends in the first place. For example, non-smokers tend, by and large, to have non-smoking friends and supporters of the same football team may have this common feature as one basis for their liking of each other.
The paragraph best supports the statement that:
- Most of the people live in similar conditions.
- Adversity brings the people of differing views together.
- Liking others is the inherent characteristic of people.
- Birds of a feather flock together.