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One Of The Most Beautiful Qualities Of True Friendship Is To Understand And To Be Understood.
~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca
The Glory Of Friendship Is Not The Outstretched Hand, Nor The Kindly Smile, Nor The Joy Of Companionship It Is The Spiritual Inspiration That Comes To One When You Discover That Someone Else Believes In You And Is Willing To Trust You With A Friendship.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
I Have Nothing But Contempt For The Kind Of Governor Who Is Afraid, For Whatever Reason, To Follow The Course That He Knows Is Best For The State And As For The Man Who Sets Private Friendship Above The Public Welfare - I Have No Use For Him Either.
~ Sophocles
Friendship Often Ends In Love But Love In Friendship - Never.
~ Charles Caleb Colton
The Finest Kind Of Friendship Is Between People Who Expect A Great Deal Of Each Other But Never Ask It.
~ Sylvia Breme
The Steady Discipline Of Intimate Friendship With Jesus Results In Men Becoming Like Him.
~ Harry Emerson Fosdick
True Friendship Is Never Serene.
~ Marie de Rabutin- Chantal
Be Courteous To All, But Intimate With Few, And Let Those Few Be Well Tried Before You Give Them Your Confidence. True Friendship Is A Plant Of Slow Grow, And Must Undergo And Withstand The Shocks Of Adversity Before It Is Entitled To The Appellation.
~ George Washington
Always Set High Value On Spontaneous Kindness. He Whose Inclination Prompts Him To Cultivate Your Friendship Of His Own Accord Will Love You More Than One Whom You Have Been At Pains To Attach To You.
~ Samuel Johnson
I Have Nothing But Contempt For The Kind Of Governor Who Is Afraid, For Whatever Reason, To Follow The Course That He Knows Is Best For The State; And As For The Man Who Sets Private Friendship Above The Public Welfare - I Have No Use For Him Either.
~ Sophocles, Antigone
The Real Test Of Friendship Is Can You Literally Do Nothing With The Other Person Can You Enjoy Together Those Moments Of Life That Are Utterly Simple They Are The Moments People Look Back On At The End Of Life And Number As Their Most Sacred Experiences.
~ Eugene Kennedy
True Friendship Is A Plant Of Slow Growth, And Must Undergo The Shocks Of Adversity Before It Is Entitled To The Appellation.
~ George Washington
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