Over the years I have collected a variety of writings that have moved, amused, or disturbed me (in a good way.) I would like to share some of them from time to time. Reading them is like rubbing a stone. Slowly, they become smooth and shiny and even more profound. I think the more they are read the better they get. These have to do with friends and friendship:
I FANNED THE FLAME OF FRIENDSHIP
AND KINDLED THE FIRE OF LOVE
I HAVE ROOM FOR ONE MORE
AND HE IS EVERY MAN
If you make but one friend in your entire life
You can count yourself lucky.
“I am wealthy in my friends.”
Friendship ruins angels, and elevates man.”
If I don’t have a friend I have nothing.
Wherever there is friendship there is a chance for human beings.
“A King cannot have a friend, but a peasant can.”
True friendship shows itself in private
more then in the company of others.