Short Essay on My Neighbour
How happy is the man who has a good neighbour! My next-door neighbour is Mr. Ramesh Sharma. He is Professor of English in Delhi University. He is a good-looking smart young man of forty-six. He has a good deal of interest in sorts. He is also interested in social service. He is fine player, too.
A noble man: Mr. Sharma is a noble man. It is difficult to find a noble man these days, but he is an exception. He cannot stand the sight of anybody in trouble. Only last year a dacoity was committed in his friend’s house. Luckily, Mr. Sharma was in his house which is a little away from his friend’s house. He ran to him, telephoned the police, collected some people and chased away the dacoits. He is always ready to help his neighbours in distress with money, advice and his presence.
His personality: Mr. Sharma is social workers, too. Whenever there is any occasion, he is found anxious to help his friends. He is friendly to all. He is a neither proud nor jealous. He wants to see everyone prosperous and rich. Mr. Sharma is a good talker. He makes us interested in his talk. And it is a pleasure to listen to him talking on different matters. Sometimes he will discuss politics with a sense of responsibility. He always gives sound argument for his point of view. He is so social and friendly that he is like by all, ignored by none.
His habits & Conclusion: Mr. Sharma is always well-dressed. But he is not after changing fashions. He is a man of taste. He is fond of reading, writing and buying new books. He often throws parties to his friends. He does not mind spending money of parties. On such occasions he is again a good talker trying to entertain his guests as best as he can. Who would not feel happy in having a friend like him? I am really lucky to get such a good neighbour.