449. The case of those who love the good in another is totally different; those, for instance, who love fairness, judiciousness, sincerity and the kindness that comes from charity, and particularly those who love faith in and love to the Lord. They do so because they love what is inside a person without regard to what is outside him. If therefore they do not observe the same features in a person after death, they at once break off their friendship, and are associated by the Lord with those who share a like good. It might be said that no one can search out the interiors of the minds of those in whose company he is and with whom he has dealings. But there is no need for this; one must just take care to avoid a bosom friendship with anyone at all. Outward friendship for various purposes does no harm.