The experience of easily becoming a friend to unknown persons tells about the weakness of the relation of friendship.
If friendship is thought to be a relation between two individuals, it is strange that its beginning bears so a pale mark of the difficulty with which one individual fights in order to be familiar to himself.
For saving the prestige of friendship, it seems preferable to explore its weakness in a positive way. Thus, the friendship should not be conceived as a strong relation between individuals, but as a thin encounter from which someone can learn to view the life itself as a thin or easy manner of spending your time.
The high or low value we accord to an easy manner of living will determine our disposition of having friends.