Allies are ideal. They are useful in many ways. They can ease your tasks and increase your self-worth. However, you may be better off choosing allies with the same interests as yours. People who have different concepts, work availability* and attitude are better off going solo.
If you have different interests, you will have different concept of ideas. One may prefer to spend weekend sitting on the couch, eating popcorn and watching movies. The other may prefer playing basketball and get his body all worked up. As you contemplate on choices, you might lead to an argument.
People who have different interests have different work availability. People who have interest in reading and writing can be in their work for days and weeks. Their work may or may not be pleasing until then and it may be subject to extension. On the other hand, people who have interest in social interaction will choose any time to go out. Thus, even though you may agree on a decision, they are probably instances you have to do it alone.
Lastly, people who have different interest are less likely to please their partners. If a person has no knowledge on other people’s work, he can’t make a good opinion or it may lead to lies. They can’t also talk freely on their selves because one may consider it a rant while the other as a rave.
Having an ally has many benefits. But having the perfect one is hard. You should choose the people to work with for if you are not careful you and your partner may lead to a relationship – enemies.
PS: How did my essay go?
*Do you have another term for this? This phrase is a bit odd.