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A Hedge Between Keeps Friendship Green.
~ German Prove
True Friendship Is Never Serene.
~ Marie de Rabutin- Chantal
Sympathy Constitutes Friendship But In Love There Is A Sort Of Antipathy, Or Opposing Passion. Each Strives To Be The Other, And Both Together Make Up One Whole.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Glory Of Friendship Is Not The Outstreched Hand, Nor The Kindly Smile, Nor The Joy Of Companionship; It Is The Spiritual Inspiration That Comes To One When He Discovers That Someone Else Believes In Him And Is Willing To Trust Him.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
True Friendship Is Like Sound Health, The Value Of It Is Seldom Known Until It Is Lost.
~ C. C. Colton
At The Shrine Of Friendship Never Say Die, Let The Wine Of Friendship Never Run Dry. Les Miserables.
~ Victor Hugo
Friends Need Not Agree In Everything Or Go Always Together, Or Have No Comparable Other Friendships Of The Same Intimacy. On The Contrary, In Friendship Union Is More About Ideal Things And In That Sense It Is More Ideal And Less Subject To Trouble Than Marriage Is.
~ George Santayana
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 Growth, And Must Undergo And Withstand The Shocks Of Adversity Before It Is Entitled To The Appellation.
~ George Washington
Love Is An Alliance Of Friendship And Animalism; If The Former Predominates It Is Passion Exalted And Refined; If The Latter, Gross And Sensual.
~ C. C. Colton
We Cannot Tell The Precise Moment When Friendship Formed. As In Filling A Vessel Drop By Drop, There Is At Last A Drop Which Makes It Run Over So In A Series Of Kindness There Is At Last One Which Makes The Heart Run Over.
~ 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
Human Beings Are Born Into This Little Span Of Life Of Which The Best Thing Is Its Friendship And Intimacies, And Soon Their Places Will Know Them No More, And Yet They Leave Their Friendships And Intimacies With No Cultivation, To Grow As They Will By The Roadside, Expecting Them To Keep By Force Of Inertia.
~ William James
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