Friendship - Quotes

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One measure of friendship consists not in the number of things friends can discuss, but in the number of things they need no longer mention.

Clifton Fadiman

Facebook "friendship" exists on an even broader spectrum than traditional "friendship." Traditional "friendship" varies in degree from greatest intimacy to casual acquaintance; Facebook "friendship" varies in degree from greatest intimacy to "virtual stranger" or "complete stranger."

Charles T. Canady

No love, no friendship can cross the path of our destiny without leaving some mark on it forever.

Francois Mauriac

Friendship... is not something you learn in school. But if you haven`t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven`t learned anything.

Muhammad Ali

A friendship that can end never really began.

Publilius Syrus

The language of friendship is not words but meanings.

Henry David Thoreau

The true dynamic of a successful friendship and relationship is when the respect is mutual and reciprocal.

Steve Maraboli

Love and friendship. They are what make us who we are, and what can change us, if we let them.

Emily Giffin

Love? Well, yes. There are so many kinds. There’s eros: simplest and most transient of all. There’s philia: friendship; loyalty. There’s storge: the affection a child gives its parents. There’s thelema: the desire to perform. Then there’s agape: platonic love; for a friend; for a world; love for a stranger you’ve never met; the love of all humanity.

Joanne Harris

Some people need a red carpet rolled out in front of them in order to walk forward into friendship. They can`t see the tiny outstretched hands all around them, everywhere, like leaves on trees.

Miranda July

So when you`re cold
From the inside out
And don`t know what to do,
Remember love and friendship,
And warmth will come to you.

Stephen Cosgrove

Time doesn`t take away from true friendship, nor does separation.

Tennessee Williams

Friendship with oneself is all important, because without it one cannot be friends with anyone else in the world.

Eleanor Roosevelt

This law of friendship gave a man the right to demand great things from his neighbor, and those who obeyed this law were bound together by stronger ties than any ties of kinship.

Mór Jókai

True friendship is not easy to find and less easy to maintain.

Stephen Critchlow

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