"While we still love and serve others, a person cannot be worthless if he has a friend." (Robert Luis Stevenson).Why can't a person be happy and full of joy if he is alone? We find the answer in the Bible: "... it is not good for man to be alone" (Genesis 2:18). This is the is the deep desire and demand that is placed into a person by the Creator. This is why even the newborn child looks for communication as well as the mother's milk. Long before the child speaks he desires closeness, and so he studies the world around him and reacts to those that surround him by smiling back as an answer. The other thing the child needs to learn to do is love the world around him; as an answer to parental love he is filled with joy and can then give sympathy to those around. In this article, we will not be discussing friendship and relationship in the parental home, even though it is an important and filling topic, but we will be talking about selfless friendship of people, not in a relative relationship. But the principle of infancy is necessary to be carried out throughout all your life: a friendship begins with a smile. How does one acquire friends? "A man who has friends must himself be friendly, But there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother." (Proverbs 18:24).