With whom you can be sincere . . .
To whom you never need to defend yourself . . .
On whom you can depend whether present or absent . . .
With whom you never need pretend . . .
To whom you can reveal yourself without fear of betrayal . . .
Who does not feel she owns you because you are his friend . . .
Who will not selfishly use you because he has your confidence . . .
I would have such a friend . . .
And I would be such a friend . . .
I do have such a friend . . .
by Alfred Armand Montapert
Alfred Armand Montapert was born on 15 July 1906 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, United States of America. He was married to Evelyn Beatrice Worth (1907 - 2001). He became a writer. He is known as the author of the book “Supreme Philosophy of Man: The Laws of Life” (1970). Alfred Armand Montapert passed on at 91 years of age on 19 September 1997 in Glendale, Los Angeles County, California, United States of America.