Arrange sentences A B, C, and D between sentences 1 and 6, so as to form a logical sequence of six sentences.
1. The top management should perceive the true worth of people and only then make friends.
A. Such ‘true friends’ are very few and very rare.
B. Factors such as affluence, riches, outward sophistication and conceptual abilities are not prerequisites for genuine friendship.
C. Such people must be respected and kept close to the heart.
D. Business realities call for developing a large circle of acquaintances and contracts; however, all of them will be motivated by their own self-interest and it would be wrong to treat them as genuine friends.
6. There is always a need for real friends to whom one can turn for balanced, unselfish advice, more so when one is caught in a dilemma.