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Citate despre prietenie Proverbe despre prietenie 100 de definitii ale prieteniei

Ce este prietenul adevarat


- Unii prieteni sunt umbre, nu apar decat cand e Soare. De Mihail Sadoveanu
- Un prieten este un dar pe care ti-l faci tie insuti. De Robert Louis Stevenson
- Un prieten este un alt tu insuti. De Zenon
- Un prieten este o persoana cu care pot fi sincer. In fata lui pot gandi cu voce tare.
De Ralph aldo !merson
- Un prieten este o persoana care stie totul despre tine si inca te place. De !lbert
"ubbard
- Un prieten este cineva care te cunoaste asa cum esti, intelege ce ai fost, accepta ce
ai devenit si, cu blandete, te lasa sa cresti in continuare. De illiam Sha#espeare
- Un prieten este cineva care iti da libertate totala pentru a fi tu insuti. De $ames
Douglas Morrison
- Un prieten este cineva care are aceeasi dusmani ca si tine. De %braham Lincoln
- Un prieten adevarat te prinde de mana si iti atinge inima
. De &abriel &arcia Mar'ue(
- Un prieten adevarat iti va ramane intotdeauna prieten. Din )he Mar'uess of
Lossie
- Un prieten adevarat iti stie slabiciunile, dar iti arata calitatile, iti simte temerile,
dar iti intareste credinta, iti cunoaste ingri*orarile, dar iti eliberea(a spiritul, iti recunoaste
defectele, dar iti sublinia(a posibilitatile. De illiam %rthur ard
- Un prieten adevarat este cineva care iti trece cu vederea esecurile si iti tolerea(a
succesul. De Doug Larson
- Singura prietenie de pret
este cea care s-a nascut fara motiv. Din %rthur van Schendel
- Singura cale de a avea un prieten e sa fii unul. De Ralph aldo !merson
- Sfera de cunostinte a lui Seneca a fost intregita cand a aflat ca un prieten a*uns la
putere insemna un prieten mai putin. De "enr+ %dams
- Sa nu legi niciodata prietenie cu omul pe care nu-l poti respecta. De ,harles
Dar-in
- .rietenul tau are un prieten, iar acel prieten al prietenului tau are si el un prieten,
asa ca fii discret. Din )almud
- .rietenul este raspunsul dat nevoilor noastre. De /ahlil &ibran
- .rietenii vin si pleaca dar dusmanii se aduna. De )homas $ones
- .rietenii sunt rude pe care ti le faci. De !ustache Deschamps
- .rietenii sunt acei oameni rari care te intreaba ce mai faci si apoi asteapta sa auda
raspunsul. De !d ,unningham
- .rietenii se pretind sinceri, dusmanii sunt intr-adevar. Din %rthur Schopenhauer
- .rietenii raman prieteni. ,ei care nu raman0 inseamna ca n-au fost. De %da
Milea
- .rietenii mei nu sunt multi, dar sunt nenumarati. De 1ichita Stanescu
- .rietenie. Incredere si respect. De 2vidiu 2ana
- .rietenie inseamna sa fii alaturi de prieteni nu cand au dreptate, ci cand gresesc.
De %ndre Malrau3
- .rietenia inseamna un suflet in doua trupuri. De %ristotel
- .rietenia inseamna a fi frate si sora, doua suflete ce se ating fara sa se confunde,
doua degete ale aceleiasi maini. De 4ictor "ugo
- .rietenia este0 tipul de dragoste pe care ne inchipuim ca o traiesc ingerii. De ,.
S. Le-is
- .rietenia este una din mangaierile vietii. De &ala &alaction
- .rietenia este un bland anga*ament al inimii. De Motes'uieu
- .rietenia este umbra serii, care se inteteste odata cu apusul soarelui vietii. De La
5ontaine
- .rietenia este o relatie interpersonala care se ba(ea(a pe incredere, cinste,
toleranta. De %. 4on /ot(ebue
- .rietenia este o haina
valoroasa care se curata cand se murdareste, nu se arunca la prima pata. De ,ato cel
6atran
- .rietenia este o delicata legatura a sufletelor prin o armonie in cele mari si bune.
De &oethe
- .rietenia este inchisoarea sufletului de buna voie in trup strain. De Dimitrie
,antemir
- .rietenia este incercarea prin care se masoara un om. De 2scar ilde
- .rietenia este firul de aur care leaga inima intregii lumi. De $ohn !vel+n
- .rietenia este egalitate armonioasa. De .itagora
- .rietenia este cu siguranta cel mai bun balsam pentru durerile provocate de
deceptiile din dragoste. De $ane %usten
- .rietenia este confortul ine3primabil de a te simti in siguranta cu o persoana, fara
a trebui sa-ti cantaresti gandurile, nici sa-ti masori cuvintele. De &eoge !liot
- .rietenia consta in a sti ca ai un a*utor in plus
si un neca( mai putin. De Marcio 6arrios
- .rietenia este cel mai de pret bun al omului. 5ara prietenie nu e dragoste, fara
dragoste nu e prietenie. De &oethe
- .rieteni are cel ce stie sa si-i faca7 De Ioan Slavici
- .rieten. Dusmanul dusmanului meu. De 4aleriu 6utulescu
- .rieten se numeste omul care te a*uta fara ca verbul sa fie urmat de un
complement circumstantial de timp sau de loc sau de mod. De 1icolae Steinhardt
- .rieten ne este cel care ne cunoaste, si cu toate astea ne iubeste oricum. De $erome
,ummings
- .rieten iti este cel care te ocroteste de prostii, nu cel care te indeamna la ele. De
Iosif M. ,ristian
- .rieten este cel cu care poti ramane in liniste. De ,amillo Sbarbaro
- .rieten e omul care lupta cu dusmanii mei, nu cel care are aceiasi prieteni cu
mine.de )ristan 6ernard
- 2ri ai multe idei si putini prieteni, ori multi prieteni si putine idei. Din Santiago
Ramon + ,a*al
- 2mul trebuie sa aiba si prieteni si dusmani8 prietenii il invata ce trebuie sa faca, iar
dusmanii il obliga sa faca ce trebuie. De .lutarh
- 2mul si-a gasit multi prieteni in randul animalelor, de regula necomestibile. De
4aleriu 6utulescu
- 2f, crud mai este sa gusti din singuratate, alaturi de prieteni. De Iosif M. ,ristian
- 2amenii nu mai au timp sa cunoasca nimic. !i cumpara lucruri de gata de la
negutatori. ,um insa nu e3ista negutatori de prieteni, oamenii nu mai au prieteni. De
%ntoine de Saint-!3uper+
- 2 spun doar ca un fapt pe care nu-l comente(8 daca toti oamenii ar sti ce spun
ceilalti despre ei, n-ar mai e3ista in lume nici macar patru prieteni. De 6laise .ascal
- 2 singura clipa de impacare este mai de pret decat o viata
intreaga de prietenie. De &abriel &arcia Mar'ue(
- 1u stim niciodata daca o prietenie se naste mai curand din contraste decat din
asemanari. Din 6al(ac
- 1u putem a*unge departe in prietenie daca nu suntem dispusi sa ne iertam unii
altora micile cusururi. Din La 6ru+ere
- 1u *udecati oamenii dupa cei cu care se aduna. 1u uitati ca Iuda avea amici
ireprosabili. Din !rnest "eming-a+
- 1u imi distrug oare dusmanii atunci cand mi-i fac prieteni9 De %braham Lincoln
- 1u face prieteni cel ce niciodata nu si-a facut vreun dusman. De %lfred )enn+son
- 1u e3istam decat pentru dusmanii nostri si pentru cativa prieteni care nu ne
iubesc. De !mil ,ioran
- 1u e3ista prieteni in politica, e3ista numai prieteni politici. De )itu Maiorescu
- 1u ai cum sa cunosti pe cineva cu adevarat pana nu i-ai fost prieten. Din al#er
6est
- Mi-e dor de un dusman adevarat. Ma sufoca devotamentul falsilor prieteni. De
4aleriu 6utuelscu
- Mai bine pier(i un prieten, decat un cuvant de spirit. Din :uintilian
- Intr-o prietenie, lucrul cel mai greu nu este de a ne da pe fata defectele dinaintea
unui prieten, ci de a-l face sa si le vada pe ale lui. Din La Rochefoucauld
- In vremuri bune, prietenii ne cunosc. In vremuri grele, noi ii cunoastem pe ei. De
$ohn ,ollins
- In afaceri nu avem prieteni, ci doar parteneri. De %le3andre Dumas
- Imi place sa stiu totul despre noii mei prieteni, dar nimic despre cei vechi. De
2scar ilde
- Iubirea este singura forta capabila sa transforme un inamic intr-un prieten. De
Martin Luther /ing
- 5etele nu vor fratii si prietenii, ci adoratori, si cel mai plat Don $uan are mai multi
sorti de i(banda decat fadul coleg si prieten. $os ipocri(ia colegiala7 De &eorge ,alinescu
- 5ara fidelitate nu e3ista nici iubire, nici prietenie, nici virtute in lume. De $oseph
%ddison
- !senta prieteniei sta in integritate, genero(itate si incredere deplina. !a nu poate
banui sau incura*a infirmitatea. Singurul fel de a avea prieteni este de a fi prieten. De
Ralph aldo !merson
- Dusmanii se recrutea(a dintre prieteni. De &rigore Moisil
- Dumne(eu a creat barbatul si, necre(andu-l suficient de singur, i-a dat o prietena
ca sa simta si mai mult singuratatea sa. De .aul 4aler+
- Dragostea este prietenie cu momente erotice. De %ntonio &ala
- Daca vrei sa-ti faci rudele prieteni, inrudeste-te, intai cu prietenii7 De 4ictor
Martin
- Daca vrei sa gasesti in drumul tau prietenie, gingasie si poe(ie, ia-le cu tine. Din
&eorges Duhamel
- Daca socotesti prieten pe cineva in care nu ai aceeasi incredere ca si in tine insuti,
faci o mare greseala si nu cunosti valoarea adevaratei prietenii. Din Seneca
- Daca cel mai bun prieten se imbolnaveste, fireste ca il voi compatimi, dar asta nu
inseamna ca va trebui sa ma simt vinovat pentru ca sunt fericit. De $a'ues Salome
- Daca vrei sa iti cauti un dusman, cauta printre prietenii de (i cu (i. De Mihai
Stanciuc
- ,u cat ne iubim mai mult prietenii, cu atat ii vom flata mai putin. Din Moliere
- ,red in compatibilitatea spiritului uman. Sunt sigur ca am in lume milioane de
prieteni pe care nu-i cunosc. De 4aleriu 6utulescu
- ,el mai greu, cred, e sa construiesti o prietenie. Sa-ti gasesti un barbat e mult mai
usor. De 2limpia Malai
- ,el mai desavarsit dusman si cel mai mangaietor prieten este propria noastra
memorie. De 1ichita Stanescu
- ,el mai bun mod de a cunoaste si a nimici un dusman este sa te prefaci ca-i esti
prieten. De .aulo ,oelho
- ,el ce are o mie de prieteni, nu are un prieten de aruncat, dar cel ce are un
dusman, il va intalni pretutindeni. De %li ibn-%li-)alib
- ,e sunt prietenii9 %celasi suflet in doua trupuri0 De %ristotel
- ,artile sunt prieteni reci, dar siguri. De 4ictor "ugo
- 6unele maniere si bunele moravuri sunt prieteni nedespartiti si aliati durabili. De
,. %. 6artol
- ,ine nu gandeste nu iubeste7 1u e3ista natiune fara ratiune7 De 4aleriu 6utulescu
- 6iblia ne indeamna sa ne iertam dusmanii, nu si prietenii. De Margot %s'uit
- %m prieteni de ; feluri8 prieteni care ma iubesc< prieteni care ma inseala< prieteni
care ma detesta. De %lfred de 4ign+
- %m invatat ca nu e nevoie sa schimbam prietenii daca intelegem ca prietenii se
schimba. Din /athe /ane "ensen
- %m atatia prieteni in lumea literara, incat mi-e imposibil sa scriu o carte proasta,
fara sa le tre(esc entu(iasmul. De 4aleriu 6utulescu
- %devarata prietenie e ca sanatatea< valoarea ei este rar apreciata, pana cand ai
pierdut-o. De ,harles ,aleb ,olton
- %devaratii prieteni sunt aceia care se afla alaturi de noi atunci cand ni se intampla
lucruri bune si se bucura de victoriile noastre. 5alsii prieteni apar in momentele grele, cu
mutra plouata, =de solitaritate> cu noi, dar de fapt suferinta noastra ii consolea(a pentru
viata lor mi(erabila. De .aulo ,oelho
- % avea un prieten este mai vital decat a avea un inger. De 1ichita Stanescu
5riendship :uotes8 5amous ? "istoric
@)h+ friendship oft has made m+ heart to ache8 do be m+ enem+ for friendshipAs sa#e.@
- illiam 6la#e, sent in b+ Lauren
@)ell me -hat compan+ thou #eepst, and IAll tell thee -hat thou art.@
- Miguel de ,ervantes BCDEF - CGCGH Spanish novelist.
@"ave no friends not e'ual to +ourself.@
- ,onfucious BDDC - EIF 6,H ,hinese philosopher.
@5ate chooses +our relations, +ou choose +our friends.@
- $ac'ues Delille BCF;J - CJC;H 5rench poet.
@% 5riend ma+ -ell be rec#oned the masterpiece of 1ature.@
- Ralph aldo !merson BCJK; - CJJLH US poet ? essa+ist.
@/eep +our friendships in repair.@
- Ralph aldo !merson Bas aboveH
@% friend is a person -ith -hom I ma+ be sincere. 6efore him I ma+ thin# aloud.@
- Ralph aldo !merson
@)he onl+ re-ard of virtue is virtue< the onl+ -a+ to have a friend is to be one.@
- Ralph aldo !merson
@It is one of the blessings of old friends that +ou can afford to be stupid -ith them.@
- Ralph aldo !merson
@If a man does not ma#e ne- ac'uaintance as he advances through life, he -ill soon find
himself left alone. % man, Sir, should #eep his friendship in constant repair.@
- Samuel $ohnson BCFKI - CFJEH 6ritish le3iographer.
@)rue happiness consists not in the multitude of friends, but in their -orth and choice.@
- Samuel $ohnston, Bas aboveH
@It is more shameful to distrust oneAs friends than to be deceived b+ them.@
- Duc de la Rochefoucauld BCGC; - CGJKH 5rench -riter.
@If it is abuse - -h+ one is al-a+s sure to here of it from one damned good-natured friend
or other7@
- Richard 6rinsle+ Sheridan BCFDC - CJCGH 6ritish dramatist.
@%ssociate +ourself -ith men of good 'ualit+ if +ou esteem +our o-n reputation< for Atis
better to be alone than in bad compan+.@
- &eorge ashington BCF;L - CFIIH US Statesman.
@)rue friendship is a plant of slo- gro-th, and must undergo and -ithstand the shoc#s of
adversit+ before it is entitled to the appellation.@
- &eorge ashington, Bas aboveH
@I can never thin# of promoting m+ convenience at the e3pense of a friendAs interest and
inclination.@
- &eorge ashington, Bas aboveH
@Should auld a'uaintance be forgot, %nd never brought to minA9@
- Robert 6urns BCFDI - CFIGH Scottish poet.
@It is not so much our friendsA help that helps us as the confident #no-ledge that the+ -ill
help us.@
- !picurus B;EC - LFK 6,H &ree# philosopher.
@It is not so much our friendsA help that helps us as the confident #no-ledge that the+ -ill
help us.@
- !picurus Bas aboveH
@)hese are called the pious frauds of friendship.@
- "enr+ 5ielding BCFKF - CFDEH 6ritish novelist.
@%l-a+s, Sir, set a high value on spontaneous #indness. he -hose inclination prompts
him to cultivate +our friendship of his o-n accord, -ill love +ou more than one -hom
+ou have been at pains to attach to +ou.@
- Samuel $ohnston BCFKI - CFJEH 6ritish le3icographer.
@Sir, I loo# upon ever+ da+ to be lost, in -hich I do not ma#e a ne- ac'uantaince.@
- Samuel $ohnston, Bas aboveH
@)o li#e and disli#e the same things, that is indeed true friendship.@
- Sallust BJG - ;;E 6,H Roman historian
@2ne lo+al friend is -orth ten thousand relatives.@
- !uripides, &ree# pla+-rite
@M+ friends are m+ estate.@
- !mil+ Dic#inson
@6e slo- to fall into friendship< but -hen thou art in, continue firm and constant.@
- Socrates, &ree# .hilosopher
@5riendship is the onl+ cement that -ill ever hold the -orld together@
- oodro- ilson
@%n+bod+ can s+mpathise -ith the sufferings of a friend, but it re'uires a ver+ fine
nature to s+mpathise -ith a friendAs success.@
- 2scar ilde
@)hose friends thou hast, and their adoption tried,
&rapple them to th+ soul -ith hoops of steel<
6ut do not dull th+ palm -ith entertainment
2f each ne--hatchAd, unfledgAd comrade.@
- illiam Sha#espeare
@5riendship -ith oneself is all-important because -ithout it one cannot be friends -ith
an+one else in the -orld.@
- !leanor Roosevelt
@If +ou *udge people, +ou have no time to love them.@
- Mother )eresa
@I -ill spea# ill of no man, and spea# all the good I #no- of ever+bod+.@
- 6en*amin 5ran#lin
@Misfortune sho-s those -ho are not reall+ friends.@
- %ristotle
@)he bird a nest,
the spider a -eb,
man friendship.@
- illiam 6la#e
@5riendship is love -ithout his -ings@
- Lord 6+ron
@5riendship is love -ith -ings.@
@1ever in*ure a friend, even in *est.@
- ,icero
@hen true friends meet in adverse hour<
A)is li#e a sunbeam through a sho-er.
% -ater+ -a+ an instant seen,
)he dar#l+ closing clouds bet-een.@
- Sir alter Scott
@... no man is useless
-hile he has a friend.@
- Robert Louis Stevenson
@% true friend stabs +ou in the front.@
- 2scar ilde
@)hin# -here manAs glor+ most begins and ends,
%nd sa+ m+ glor+ -as I had such friends.@
- illiam Meats
@&rief can ta#e care of itself, but to get the full value of *o+ +ou must have somebod+ to
divide it -ith.@
- Mar# )-ain
@)hus nature has no love for solitude, and al-a+s leans, as it -ere, on some support< and
the s-eetest support is found in the most intimate friendship.@
- ,icero
@%dvice is li#e sno-< the softer it falls, the longer it d-ells upon, and the deeper it sin#s
into the mind.@
- Samuel )a+lor ,oleridge
@)he best mirror is an old friend.@
- &eorge "erbert
@ith ever+ friend I love -ho has been ta#en into the bro-n bosom of the earth a part of
me has been buried there< but their contribution to m+ being of happiness, strength and
understanding remains to sustain me in an altered -orld.@
- "elen /eller
@hat is a friend9 % single soul in t-o bodies.@
- %ristotle
@)he friendship that can cease has never been real.@
- Saint $erome
@I count m+selt in nothing else so happ+
%s in a soul remembAring m+ good friends.@
- illiam Sha#espeare
@I find friendship to be li#e -ine, ra- -hen ne-, ripened -ith age, the true old manAs
mil# and restorative cordial.@
- )homas $efferson
@Sir, more than #isses, letters, mingle souls<
5or, thus friends absent spea#.@
- $ohn Donne
@)oo late -e learn, a man must hold his friend
Un*udged, accepted, trusted to the end.@
- $ohn 6o+le 2AReill+
@5riends have all things in common.@
- .lato
@ithout friends no one -ould choose to live, though he had all other goods.@
- %rtistotle
@M+ best friend is the one -ho brings out the best in me.@
- "enr+ 5ord
@)he ma#ing of friends, -ho are real friends, is the best to#en -e have of a manAs success
in life.@
- !d-ard !verett "ale
@!3cept in cases of necessit+, -hich are rare, leave +our friend to learn unpleasant things
from his enemies< the+ are read+ enough to tell them.@
- 2liver endell "olmes
@)he most I can do for m+ friend is simpl+ to be his friend. I have no -ealth to besto- on
him. If he #no-s that I am happ+ in loving him, he -ill -ant no other re-ard. Is not
friendship divine in this9@
- "enr+ David )horeau
@5riendship that flo-s from the heart cannot be fro(en b+ adversit+, as the -ater that
flo-s from the spring cannogt congeal in -inter.@
- $ames 5enimore ,ooper
@)hose that -ant friends to open themselves unto are cannibals of their o-n hearts.@
- 5racis 6acon
@5riendship -ithout self interest is one of the rare and beautiful things in life.@
- $ames 5rancis 6+rnes
@5riendship is the onl+ thing in the -orld concerning the usefulness of -hich all man#ind
are agreed.@
- ,icero
@I do not -ish to treat friendships daintil+, but -ith the roughest courage. hen the+ are
real, the+ are not glass threads or frost--or#, but the solidest thing -e #no-.@
- Ralph aldo !merson
@Do not save +our loving speeches
5or +our friends till the+ are dead<
Do not -rite them on their tombstones,
Spea# them rather no- instead.
- %nna ,ummins
@)rue friendshipAs la-s are b+ this rule e3pressAd,
elcome the coming, speed the parting guest.@
- %le3ander .ope
@% friend is, as it -ere, a second self.
- ,icero BSent b+ 1igar 6aimovaH
@)he most beautiful thing -e can e3perience is the m+sterious, it is the true sourse of art,
science, and friendship.@
- %lbert !instien BSent b+ 6randon MerendaH
@6ut friendship is precious, not onl+ in the shade, but in the sunshine of life< and than#s
to a benevolent arrangement of things, the greater part of life is sunshine.@
- )homas $efferson BSent b+ Sha-nH
@)he -orld -ould be so lonel+, in sunn+ hours or gra+. ithout the gift of friendship, to
help us ever+ da+.@
- "ilda 6rett 5arr
@%ll love that has not friendship for its base, is li#e a mansion built upon the sand.@
- !lla heeler ilco3
@In a friend +ou find a second self.@
- Isabelle 1orton
@1ever shall I forget the da+s I spent -ith +ou. ,ontinue to be m+ friend, as +ou -ill
al-a+s find me +ours.@
- Lud-ig van 6eethoven
@al#ing -ith a friend in the dar# is better than -al#ing alone in the light.@
- "elen /eller
@"appiness is time spent -ith a friend and loo#ing fo-ard to sharing time -ith them
again.@
- Lee il#inson
@%h, ho- good it feels...the hand of an old friend@
- Mar+ !nglebright
@% friend should be a master at guessing and #eeping still.@
- 5riedrich 1iet(sche
@5riendship is a single soul d-ellings in t-o bodies.@
- %ristotle
@% friend to all is a friend to none.@
- %ristotle
@Little do men percieve -hat solitue is, and ho- far it e3tendeth. 5or a cro-d is not
compan+, and faces are but a galler+ of pictures, and tal# but a tin#ling c+mbal, -here
there is no love.@
- 5rancis 6acon
@5riendship is the onl+ thing in the -orld concerning the usefulness of -hich all man#ind
are agreed.@
- ,icero
@I do not -ish to treat friendships daintil+, but -ith the roughest courage. hen the+ are
real, the+ are not glass threads or frost--or#, but the solidest thing -e #no-.@
- Ralph aldo !merson
@)he onl+ thing to do is to hug oneAs friends tight and do oneAs *ob.@
- !dith harton
@1ever in*ure a friend, even in *est.@
- ,icero
@hen true friends meet in adverse hour<
A)is li#e a sunbeam through a sho-er.
% -ater+ -a+ an instant seen,
)he dar#l+ closing clouds bet-een.@
- Sir alter Scott
@... no man is useless
-hile he has a friend.@
- Robert Louis Stevenson
@1ever shall i forget the da+s i spent -ith +ou . continue to be m+ friend, as +ou -ill
al-a+s find me +ours.@
-Lud-ig 4an 6eethoven
@6e slo- in choosing +our friends< slo-er in changing.@
-6en*amin 5ran#lin -Sent in b+ %ndrN
)he follo-ing five 'uotes -ere sent in b+ "andan
@&o often to the house of th+ friend, for -eeds cho#e the unused path.@
-Ralph aldo !merson, %merican -riter and philosopher BCJK;-CJJLH
@6e slo- in choosing a friend, slo-er in changing.@
-6en*amin 5ran#lin
@ ASta+A is a charming -ord in a friends vocabular+.@
-Louisa Mar+ %lcott OCJ;L-CJJJP, %merican -riter, reformist
@&ood communication is as stimulating as blac# coffee, and *ust as hard to sleep after.@
-%nne Morro- Lindbergh
@hen -e see# to discover the best in others, -e someho- bring out the best in
ourselves.@
-illiam %rthur ard
@5riendship9 Mes .lease.@
-,harles Dic#ens - Sent in b+ Steffi
@In the end, -e -ill remember not the -ords of our enemies, but the silence of our
friends.@
- Martin Luther /ing $r.
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@)rue friendship is li#e sound health< the value of it is seldom #no-n until it be lost.@
- ,harles ,aleb ,olton
@!ach friend represents a -orld in us, a -orld possibl+ not born until the+ arrive, and it is
onl+ b+ this meeting that a ne- -orld is born.@
- %nais 1in
@M+ friends are m+ estate.@
- !mil+ Dic#inson
@% real friend is one -ho -al#s in -hen the rest of the -orld -al#s out.@
@% friend is one -ho -al#s in -hen others -al# out@
-alter inchell
@% friend is someone -ho is there for +ou -hen heAd rather be an+-here else.@
- Len ein - Sent b+ .aulo Louro
@% friend is someone -ho #no-s the song in +our heart, and can sing it bac# to +ou -hen
+ou have forgotten the -ords.@
- Sent b+ Donna Roberts
@% friend is one -ho believes in +ou -hen +ou have ceased to believe in +ourself.@
- Sent b+ L+sha
@DonAt -al# in front of me, I ma+ not follo-.
DonAt -al# behind me, I ma+ not lead.
al# beside me and be m+ friend.@
- %lbert ,amus Balso attributed to MaimonidiesH. Sent b+ clovers
@% hug is -orth a thousand -ords. % friend is -orth more.@
- Sent b+ $asmine 5it(-illiam
@!ver+one is a friend, until the+ prove other-ise.@
- sent b+ Steve
@!ver+ person is a ne- door to a different -orld.@
- from movie @Si3 Degrees of Seperation@ Bthan#s to SteveAs 5amous :uotesH
@It ta#es a long time to gro- an old friend.@
- b+ $ohn Leonard Bthan#s to SteveAs 5amous :uotesH
@Mour friend is the man -ho #no-s all about +ou, and still li#es +ou.@
- !lbert "ubard
@I get b+ -ith a little help from m+ friends.@
- $ohn Lennon
@)-o are better than one< because the+ have a good re-ard for their labour. 5or if the+
fall, the one -ill lift up his fello-8 but -oe to him that is alone -hen he falleth< for he
hath not another to help him up.@
- 6ible8 !cclesiastes
@)-o ma+ tal# together under the same roof for man+ +ears, +et never reall+ meet< and
t-o others at first speech are old friends.@
- Mar+ ,ather-ood
@5riendship is unnecessar+, li#e philosoph+, li#e art... It has no survival value< rather is
one of those things that give value to survival.@
- ,. S. Le-is
@I might give m+ life for m+ friend, but he had better not as# me to do up a parcel.@
- Logan .earsall Smith
@5riends are the most important ingredient in this recipe of life.@
- Bsent b+ Dior Mamasa#iH
@)he better part of oneAs life consists of his friendships.@
- %braham Lincoln, Bsent b+ "eather M+ersH
@)he love of m+ life is the love bet-een friends.@
- Bsent b+ $essH
@2neAs best friend is oneself.@
- Bsent b+ $essH
@% 5riend is someone -ho #no-s all about +ou and loves +ou an+-a+777@
- Bsent b+ "eather )allentH
@)o be depressed is to be lonel+< to have a friend is to be happ+...@
- &uido
)he follo-ing &irl Scouts Motto has been submitted b+ man+ people in var+ing forms,
so IAve *ust placed the three most popular versions on8
CH @Ma#e ne- friends and #eep the old, one is silver and the other gold@
LH @Ma#e ne- friends, both +oung and old, one in Silver, the other &old.@
;H @Ma#e ne- friends but #eep the old, some are silver and others are &old@
EQ@I have a hand, and +ou have another< put them together and -e have each other.@
@Strangers are *ust friends -aiting to happen.@
- Bsent b+ Steve /la#aH
@Sometimes +ou pic# +our friends, sometimes the+ pic# +ou.@
- Bsent b+ Steve /la#aH
@)he greatest good +ou can do for another is not *ust share +our riches, but to reveal to
him, his o-n.@
-6en*amin Disraeli
@)hough our communication -anes at times of absence, IAm a-are of a strength that
emanates in the bac#ground.@
-,laudette Renner
@I can trust m+ friends. )hese people force me to e3amine, encourage me to gro-.@
-,her
@)reat people as if the+ -ere -hat the+ ought to be and +ou help them to become -hat
the+ are capable of being.@
-&oethe
@5riendship is a prett+ full-time occupation if +ou reall+ are friendl+ -ith somebod+. Mou
canRt have too man+ friends because then +ouRre *ust not reall+ friends.@
@1o love, no friendship, can cross the path of our destin+ -ithout leaving some mar# on
it forever.@
- 5rancois Mocuriac - Sent in b+ spiff
@&ive others freedom to be themselves. %ppreciate the differences bet-een their -a+s an
+ours.@
- Bsent b+ $ennifer ,henH
@5riends are the 6acon 6its in the Salad 6o-l of Life.@
- @.i((a .lace Sign@, Bsent b+ Ror+ 6ristolH
)he follo-ing D 'uotes -ere sent b+ Danielle 1. Redfield - )han#s77 8H 8H
@5riendship is one mind in t-o bodies.@
- Mencius
@)ruth and tears clear the -a+ to a deep and lasting friendship.@
@)rue friendship is never serene.@
- Mariede Svign
@5riendship8 a building contract +ou sign -ith laughter and brea# -ith tears.@
@5riends are &odAs -a+ of ta#ing care of us.@
@ItAs the friends +ou can call up at Eam that matter.@
- Marlene Dietric#
@% friend is a gift +ou give +ourself.@
- Robert Louis Stevenson, Bsent b+ $ulio 5ungH
@5riend - a person #no-n -ell to another and regarded -ith li#ing, affection and lo+alt+.@
- ,ollins !nglish Dictionar+
@% ne- friendship is li#e an unripened fruit - it ma+ become either an orange or a lemon@
- !mma Stace+
@%n+bod+ can s+mpathise -ith the sufferings of a friend, but it re'uires a ver+ fine
nature to s+mpathise -ith a friendAs success.@
- 2scar ilde
@)hose friends thou hast, and their adoption tried,
&rapple them to th+ soul -ith hoops of steel<
6ut do not dull th+ palm -ith entertainment
2f each ne--hatchAd, unfledgAd comrade.@
- illiam Sha#espeare
@5riendship -ith oneself is all-important because -ithout it one cannot be friends -ith
an+one else in the -orld.@
- !leanor Roosevelt
@If +ou *udge people, +ou have no time to love them.@
- Mother )eresa
@I -ill spea# ill of no man, and spea# all the good I #no- of ever+bod+.@
- 6en*amin 5ran#lin
@Misfortune sho-s those -ho are not reall+ friends.@
- %ristotle
@&rief can ta#e care of itself, but to get the full value of *o+ +ou must have somebod+ to
divide it -ith.@
- Mar# )-ain
@)hus nature has no love for solitude, and al-a+s leans, as it -ere, on some support< and
the s-eetest support is found in the most intimate friendship.@
- ,icero
@%dvice is li#e sno-< the softer it falls, the longer it d-ells upon, and the deeper it sin#s
into the mind.@
- Samuel )a+lor ,oleridge
@)he best mirror is an old friend.@
- &eorge "erbert
@hat is a friend9 % single soul in t-o bodies.@
- %ristotle
@)he friendship that can cease has never been real.@
- Saint $erome
@I count m+selt in nothing else so happ+
%s in a soul remembAring m+ good friends.@
- illiam Sha#espeare
@I find friendship to be li#e -ine, ra- -hen ne-, ripened -ith age, the true old manAs
mil# and restorative cordial.@
- )homas $efferson
@Sir, more than #isses, letters, mingle souls<
5or, thus friends absent spea#.@
- $ohn Donne
@)oo late -e learn, a man must hold his friend
Un*udged, accepted, trusted to the end.@
- $ohn 6o+le 2AReill+
@5riends have all things in common.@
- .lato
@ithout friends no one -ould choose to live, though he had all other goods.@
- %rtistotle
@M+ best friend is the one -ho brings out the best in me.@
- "enr+ 5ord
@hat sunshine is to flo-ers, smiles are to humanit+. )he+ are but trifles, to be sure but,
scattered along lifeAs path-a+, the good the+ do is inconceivable.@
@1o soul is desolate as long as there is a human being for -hom it can feel trust and
reverence.@
- &eorge !liot
@It is a s-eet thing, friendship, a dear balm,
% happ+ and auspicious bird of calm...@
- Shell+
@)he best -a+ to #eep +our friends is not to give them a-a+.@
- ilson Mi(ner
@)he happiest moments m+ heart #no-s are those in -hich it is pouring forth its
affections to a fe- esteemed characters.@
- )homas $efferson
@2ne can never spea# enough of the virtues, the dangers, the po-er of shared laughter.@
- 5rancoise Sagan
@5riendship is al-a+s a s-eet responsibilt+, never an oppourtunit+.@
- /ahil &ibran
@)here is magic in the memor+ of schoolbo+ friendships< it softens the heart, and even
affects the nervous s+stem of those -ho have no heart.@
- 6e*amin Disraeli
@I no doubt deserved m+ enemies, but I donAt believe I deserved m+ friends.@
- alt hitman
@)rue friendship is never serene.@
- Mar'uise de Sevigne
@hen friends stop being fran# and useful to each other, the -hole -orld loses some of
its radiance.@
- %natole 6ro+ard
@5riends are born, not made.@
- "enr+ %dams
@)his communicating of a manAs self to his friend -or#s t-o contrar+ effects< for it
redoubleth *o+, and cutteth griefs in half.@
- 5rancis 6acon
@Life is partl+ -hat -e ma#e it, and partl+ -hat is made b+ the friends -hom -e
choose.@
- )eh+i "sieh
@)here is no hope of *o+ e3cept in human relations.@
- %ntoine de Sainte-!3uper+
@)he ma#ing of friends, -ho are real friends, is the best to#en -e have of a manAs success
in life.@
- !d-ard !verett "ale
@!3cept in cases of necessit+, -hich are rare, leave +our friend to learn unpleasant things
from his enemies< the+ are read+ enough to tell them.@
- 2liver endell "olmes
@)he most I can do for m+ friend is simpl+ to be his friend. I have no -ealth to besto- on
him. If he #no-s that I am happ+ in loving him, he -ill -ant no other re-ard. Is not
friendship divine in this9@
- "enr+ David )horeau
@5riendship that flo-s from the heart cannot be fro(en b+ adversit+, as the -ater that
flo-s from the spring cannogt congeal in -inter.@
- $ames 5enimore ,ooper
@5riendship -ithout self interest is one of the rare and beautiful things in life.@
- $ames 5rancis 6+rnes
@1ever #iss a friend. If +ou have deeper feelings, never reveal them. Mou -ill lose that
friend forever...@
- sent b+ David
@Do not save +our loving speeches
5or +our friends till the+ are dead<
Do not -rite them on their tombstones,
Spea# them rather no- instead.
- %nna ,ummins
@)rue friendshipAs la-s are b+ this rule e3pressAd,
elcome the coming, speed the parting guest.@
- %le3ander .ope
@6est friends are li#e diamonds, precious and rare
5alse friends are li#e leaves, found ever+-here.@
- %no+mous Bsent b+ Deanne .igdonH
@!ver+ man should have a fair-si(ed cemetar+ in -hich to bur+ the faults of his friends.@
- "enr+ 6roo#s %dams
@e are all angels -ith onl+ one -ing...-e can fl+ onl+ embracing each other.@
@If all m+ friends -ere to *ump off a bridge, I -ouldnAt *ump -ith them, IAd be at the
bottom to catch them@
@% good friend is hard to find, hard to lose, and impossible to forget...@
- Sent b+ $oanne
@)ime isnAt -hat ma#es a friendship last...ItAs love and devotion that #eeps the tie bet-een
souls.@
- Sent b+ ,hristina
@)he best anti'ues are old friends.@
)he ne3t five 'uotes -ere sent in b+ %shle+ @hen the silences are no longer a#-ard,
+ou #no- +ou are around friends.@
@5riendship is a special #ind of love.@
@)he secret to friendship is being a good listener.@
@% true friend is someone +ou can trust -ith all +our secrets.@
@&ems ma+ be presious, but friends are priceless.@
@Mou m+ friend, I -iil defend. %nd if -e change, -eAll love +ou an+-a+.@
- Sent b+ $effer+ Sherian
@If +ou have more than one friend, +ou have more than +our share7@
- Sent b+ Sunpreet Singh
@!ver+one hears -hat +ou sa+. 5riends listen to -hat +ou sa+. 6est friends listen to -hat
+ou donAt sa+.@
@% person is onl+ complete -hen she has a true friend to understand her, to share all her
passions and sorro-s -ith, and to stand b+ her throughout her life.@
- Sent b+ $ennifer L.
@Material things canAt ma#e the soul -hole. )he onl+ the love, trust, and lo+alt+ of friends
can do that.@
Sent b+ %nd+ Spa#
@5riendship is not friendship -ithout trust, -ithout it I -al# alone.@
- $ames .. Michels $r.
@5riendship is the golden ribbon that ties the -orld together.@
- Sent b+ /ristina /entigian
friendship is tal#ing to +our best friend -ithout -ords.@
- Sent b+ Ralph Rusconi.
@% true friend is the one -ho #no-s more about +ou than +ourself and still loves +ouS@
- Sent b+ Su(ie
)he ne3t three sent in b+ Irma 6erbis
@5riendship is the golden thread that ties all hearts together@
- Sent b+ /im
@Mone+ might ma#e +ou -ealth+, but friends ma#es +ou rich.@
@Mou donAt ma#e friends, +ou earn them.@
@hen +our loo#ing for a friend donAt loo# for perfection, *ust loo# for friendship.@
@ % friend is someone -ho stic#s BhangsH to +ou at all times, and a friend is someone -ho
+ou trust....@
- sent b+ innie ,hau
@"o- do +ou #no- +ouAve found +our best friend. hen +ou are read+ to tal# to them
about an+thing, even though the+ #no- ever+thing about +ou alread+.@
@% friend -ith brea# +our heart, a friend -ill mend it, a friend -ill provide +ou -ith
ever+ feeling in the -orld, good and bad. % friend is emotion incarnate.@
)hese ne3t t-o sent in b+ Rena
@Mesterda+ brought the beginning, tomorro- brings the end, but some-here in the
middle -eAve become best of friends.@
@hen -e are gro-n, -eAll smile and sa+ -e had no cares in childhoods da+, but -eAll be
-rong. A)-ill not be true, IAve this much care... I care for +ou.@
@% faithful friend is a strong defence and he that hath found one hath found a treasure@
- sent b+ ,ris
@5riends are those -ho norish the spirit@
- sent b+ ,ris
@IAd li#e to be the sort of friend that +ou have been to me. IAd li#e to be the help that
+ouAve been al-a+s glad to be< IAd li#e to mean as much to +ou each minute of the da+, as
+ou have meant, old friend of mine, to me along the -a+.@
- !dgar %. &uest Bsent b+ RenaH
@% friend loves +ou, ma#es +ou feel alright, troubles are not troubles -hen +ou tal#,
listen and accept +ou as +ou are, because +ou -ill feel the same and love the same.......@
- Sent b+ Mi#e
@)r+ to be governed b+ +our loves and not +our hates and find goodness and beaut+
-here +ou can.@
- Sent b+ 6randon Merenda
@It is better to be thought of as a fool, rather than open +our mouth to remove all doubt.@
- Sent b+ 6ill
/eep +our e+es upon me, #eep me in +our sight, "elp me don the croo#ed road, lead me
to the light. )he road IAm on is dar#, IAm not sure if I #no- the -a+, Met -ith +ou right
beside me, IAm certain I -onAt stra+. .rotect me from the -orld, I #no- -eAll ma#e it
through, &ive me all the strength I need..... Let me lean on +ou.@
- Megan Stroup BSent b+ LaurenH
@1o lapse of time or distance of place can lessen the friendship of those -ho are trul+
persuaded of each otherAs -orth.@
- Un#no-n
@5riendship is -hat gets +ou through the bad times and helps +ou en*o+ the good times@
- Sent b+ /ate
@5riends are angels follo-ing +ou through life@
- Sent b+ Melissa
@5riends are li#e pillars on +our porch. Sometimes the+ hold +ou up and sometimes the+
lean on +ou.@
- Sent b+ Sharon
@Mou cannot sa+ +ouAve lost a friend. If a friendship is capable of ending, it is because it
never e3isted.@
T Sent b+ Ma+(a 6lanco Martine(
@% -orld -ithout a friend, -hat -ould it be9 It -ould be li#e a -orld -ithout -ater,
something +ou need. 5riends are li#e glass, once bro#en, the+ are hard to fi3. /eep +our
friends, as +ou -ould #eep +our -ater.@
@)he music ma+ stop no- and then, 6ut the the strings -ill remain forever...@
- Sent b+ Muslina
@5riend derives from a -ord meaning @free.@ % friend is someone -ho allo-s us the
space and freedom to be.@
@"aving someone -ho understands is a great blessing for ourselves. 6eing someone -ho
understands is a great blessing to others.@
@Silences ma#e the real conversations bet-een friends. 1ot the sa+ing but the never
needing to sa+ is -hat counts.@
- Maragret Lee Runbec#
@Scatter seeds of #indness ever+-here +ou go<
Scatter bits of courtes+--------
-atch them gro- and gro-.
&ather buds of friendship<
/eep them till full-blo-n<
Mou -ill find more happiness
than +ou have ever #no-n.
- %m+ R Raabe
@e cannot tell the precise moment -hen a friendshipt is formed. %s in filling a vessel
drop b+ drop, )here is at last one drop that ma#es it run over. So in a series of #indness
there is at last one drop that ma#es the heart run over.@
Sent b+ ,ollen
@%n+ da+ is sunn+ thatAs brightened b+ a smile...%n+ friendship blossoms if itAs tended to
-ith st+le.@
@)he better +ou #no- someone, the less there is to sa+. 2r ma+be, thereAs less that needs
to be said.@
@!ver+ gift from a friend is a -ish for +our happiness...@
- Richard 6ach
@)he most beautiful discover+ that true friends can ma#e is that the+ can gro- separatel+
-ithout gro-ing apart.@
-!li(abeth 5ole+
@"o- luc#+ I am to have #no-n someone -ho -as so hard to sa+ goodb+e to.@
@I donAt remember ho- -e happened to meet each other. I donAt remember -ho got along
-ith -hom first. %ll I can remember is all of us together...al-a+s.@
@Mou onl+ meet +our once in a lifetime friend... once in a lifetime.@
- Little Rascals
@% circle is round it has no end, thatAs ho- long I -ant to be +our friend7@
- %non+mous
@% friend is li#e an oreo, its not al-a+s that great, but it al-a+s gets better7@
- !rin estbroo#
@% best friend is a sister that destin+ forgot to give +ou.@
@2ne lo+al friend is better than ten thousand famil+ members.@
@Mou *ust remined me of -hatAs reall+ important in life, friends, best friends.@
- 5ried &reen )omatoes
@)imes of need are not enough to prove +our friendship.@
Sent b+ /risten
@If +our trusted and people -ill allo- +ou to share their inner gardern...-hat better gift9@
- 5red Rogers
@% friend is someone -ho reaches for +our hand, but touches +our heart.@
- /athleen &rove
@5riends are li#e .eanut 6utter ... it stic#s to the roof of +our mouth .li#e a friend stic#s to
+ou.... and it feels as if the+ never go a-a+.7@
@)rue friendship, unli#e love, al-a+s lasts forever.@
Sent b+ ,hatterbo3
@)o the -orld +ou are someone, but to someone +ou are the -orld.@
Sent b+ Lisa
@% friend -ill be there for +ou -hen things are good...but a )RU! friend -ill be there for
+ou -hen things are good and also -hen things are ver+ bad...and *ust -hen it feels li#e
+ou -ill never smile again...she can put a smile on +our face -ith *ust -ith a hug7@
Sent b+ /athrine
@% real friend is not one -ho onl+ entertain +ou, but one -ho cares about +ou, one -ho
-ill be there -hen +ou cr+@
Sent b+ David
@6est friends are better than bo+friends.@
- Sent b+ Mavis $u#es
@%s I reach a time of complete uncertaint+, friends are m+ most precious asset.@
Sent b+ $os+lan
@)here is no distance too great bet-een friends, for love gives -ings to the heart.@
Sent b+ !li(abeth !. /oehler
@here there is love there is life.@
@% friend -ill strengthen +ou -ith her pra+ers, bless +ou -ith her love, and encourage
+ou -ith her hope.@
7 @ IAd li#e to be the sort of friend that +ou have been to me. . . IAd li#e to be the help
+ouAve al-a+s been glad to be< IAd li#e to mean as much to +ou each minute of the da+, as
+ou have meant, old friend of mine, to me along the -a+.@
Sent b+ $enn+ Mcgehee
@% friend is li#e a rainbo-. )he+ brighten +our life -hen +ouAve been through a storm.@
Sent b+ $enna .almer
@% friend in #indergarten is the one -ho sat ne3t to +ou and let +ou have the prett+ red
cra+on, -hen onl+ the ugl+ blac# one -as left.@
Sent b+ Li(
@)rue friendship is one that lasts even though one friendAs sole has left this earth@
Sent b+ $ennifer
@% reassuring presence, % LI&") -hen times are dar#, % hand reaching out, Is -hat
friendship is about.@
%uthor Un#no-n - Sent b+ Laure Schnac#enberg
@e al-a+s thought -eAd loo# bac# on our tears and laugh, but -e never thought -eAd
loo# bac# on our laughter and cr+.@
-%uthor Un#o-n, sumitted b+ %manda
hen IAm as#ed -hat one happ+ thought is I al-a+s sa+ #no-ing that no matter ho- big
the fight is I -ill al-a+s havea best friend.
- SmittenU/itten
@Dont -al# on front of me, i ma+ not follo-T dont -al# behind me i ma+ not leadT *ust
-al# beside me and be m+ friend.@
@Love is blind, but friendship closes its e+es.@
@I believe in %ngels, the ones that heaven sends
I believe in %ngels, but i call them m+ best friends@
-Sent in b+ Micaela /
@5riendship is li#e a popsicle on t-o stic#s, -hen the friendship brea#s, so does the
popsicle, ma#ing ever+thing a mess@
-Sent in b+ .aul
@!ven on the road to hell a flo-er -ill ma#e +ou smile.@
-;GD)ao -Sent in b+ )ara
@Dreams are -ishes casted upon stars, so catch a shining one T ta#e +our friendAs handT
and hold on forever@
-)raci 6ro-n
)he follo-ing seven 'uotes -ere sent in b+ Susannah )homson
@Mou are +ou and I am I,
Mou do +our thing and IAll do mine,
and if in the end -e meet up together,
it is beautiful.@
-6o+ Meets orld
@Love doesnAt ma#e the -orld go round, it ma#es the ride -orth-hile.@
-5... $ones
@%ll our +oung lives -e search for someone to love, someone -ho ma#es us complete.
e choose partners and change partners. e dance to a song of heartbrea# and hope, all
the -hile -ondering if some-here and someho- there is someone searching for us.@
-)he onder Mears
@e laughed
until -e had to cr+.
e gave love,
right do-n to our last goodb+e.
e -ere the best
-e thought -eAd ever be
$ust +ou and me,
for *ust a moment...
@Mou never lose b+ loving. Mou al-a+s lose b+ holding bac#.@
-6arbara De%ngelis
@M+ -ish upon this shooting star is that +our heart be happ+.@
-&ilbert
@If -e discovered that -e had onl+ D minutes left to sa+ -hat -e -anted to sa+, ever+
telephone booth -ould be occupied b+ people calling other people to stammer that the+
loved them.@
-,hristopher Morle+
@% friend +ou have to bu+, -ont be -orth -hat +ou pa+ for him.@
-Sent in b+ Maris 6
@I can doubt m+ friends, but I can believe in our friendship.@
@I5 M2U )R!%) M2UR 5RI!1D %S )"!M S"2ULD 6!, )"!M ILL 6!,2M!
21! 25 )"! ,R2D. I5 M2U )R!%) M2UR 5RI!1D %S )"!M 2U&") )2 6!
)R!%)!D, )"!M ILL 6!,2M! %1 I1DI4IDU%L.@
@)rue friends, li#e iv+ and the -all stand together and both together fall.@
)he follo-ing t-o 'uotes -ere sent in b+ ,her+l.
@5riendships are fragile things, and re'uire as much handling as an+ other fragile and
precious things.@
-Randolph S. 6ourne
@ith clothes the ne- are the best, -ith friends the old are the best.@
@5riendship is li#e thighs, the+ are al-a+s stic#ing together.@
-Sent in b+ Leesa and %shle+
@If +ou are going to gain an+thing in life, gain a friend, the+ -ill al-a+s be there, and that
ma#es all the difference in the -orld.@
-Sent in b+ Steve
@)rue friends are never apart, ma+be in distance, but not in heart@
- Sent in b+ Louisa
@% real friend -ill tell +ou -hen +ou have spinach stuc# in +our teeth.@
-Sent in b+ 1adine ,ooper
)he follo-ing t-o 'uotes -ere sent in b+ Louisa
@Shared sorro- is half sorro-, shared *o+ is double *o+@
@Most people come into our lives and 'uic#l+ leave. It is the special fe- that come in and
leave a footprint in our hearts. and -e are forever changed.@
@)here is an e3'uisite melod+ in ever+ heart. If -e listen closel+, -e can hear each
otherAs song. % friend #no-s the song in +our heart and responds -ith 6eatiful harmon+.@
-Sent in b+ soum+a
)he follo-ing t-o 'uotes -ere sent in b+ 6eth Mi#lius.
@5riends are li#e flo-ers, beautiful flo-ers< friends are li#e flo-ers in the garden of life.@
@)rue friendship is sitting together in silence and feeling li#e it -as the best conversation
+ouAve ever had.@
@If -e -ere leaving in a -orld -here to sa+ i love +ou -ould ma#e more sense, i -ould
al-a+s sa+ +ou i love +ou@
-2(ge Dilsi(
@,hoose +our friends carefull+ +ou never #no- -ho is on +our side, and remember the
truth shall prevail. @
-LI1/
@5alse friends arenAt al-a+s that bad because it sho-s +ou about +ourself and teaches +ou
to be strong and life goes on.@
-$osh o*o
@Remember that ever+ good friend -as once a stranger@
-Sent in b+ %ndrN
@)he+ sa+ A+ou onl+ regret the things +ou never do.A )hen -h+ do I regret ever+ bad thing
I did to +ou9@
Songs
@$ust to prove i -as right that itAs harder to be friends than lovers and +ou shouldnAt tr+
and mi3 the t-o, cause if +ou do and then +ouAre still unhapp+, then +ou #no- that the
problem is +ou.@
- Li( .hair
@If +ou should die before me, as# if +ou could bring a friend.@
- Stone )emple .ilots
@Mother m+ friends are no longer m+ friends
%nd the games -e once pla+ed have no meaning
IAve gone serious and sh+ and the+ canAt figure -h+
So the+Ave left me to m+ o-n da+dreaming.@
- Su(anne 4ega
@%nd the da+s -ent b+ li#e paper in the -ind. !ver+thing changed, then changed again.
ItAs hard to find a friend. ItAs hard to find a friend.@
- )om .ett+
@IAll lean on +ou and +ou lean on me and -eAll be o#a+.@
- Dave Matthe-s 6and
@Mou -ere the one -ho made things different, +ou -ere the one -ho too# me in. Mou
-ere the one thing I could count on, above all, +ou -ere m+ friend.@
- )om .ett+
@hen IAm -ith +ou I feel li#e I could die and that -ould be alright, alright.@
- )hird !+e 6lind
@Lean on me, -hen +ouAre not strong, and IAll be +our friend, IAll help +ou carr+ on, for it
-onAt be long, Atil IAm going to need somebod+ to lean on.@
- @Lean 2n Me@
@In good times, in bad times IAll be on +our side forever more, thatAs -hat friends are for.@
- @)hatAs -hat friends are for@
@I thin# about +ou all the time, but I donAt need the same.@
- &oo &oo Dolls
@ithout +ou, thereAd be no sun in m+ s#+, there -ould be no love in m+ life, thereAd be
no -orld left of me.@
- Leann Rimes
@DonAt be disma+ed at goodb+es. % fare-ell is before +ou can meet again. %nd meeting
again after a moment or a lifetime is certain for those -ho are friends.@
- Richard 6ach
@I get b+ -ith a little help from m+ friends.@
- $ohn Lennon
@"e+ m+ friend, I see +our e+es are troubled, care to sare +our time -ith me9@
- Dave Matthe-s 6and
@MouAve got troubles, IAve got Aem too. )here isnAt an+thing I -ouldnAt do for +ou. eAll
stic# together to see it through cause +ouAve got a friend in me.@
- Rand+ 1e-man
@6est friends *ust -onAt leave +our side@
-6lin#CJL
)he follo-ing five song 'uotes -ere sent in b+ &inn+ Dugan
@2nce upon a blue moon a -ish apon a star, +ou find someone to help +ou find out -ho
+ou are, I never thougth that love could feel the -a+ +ou ma#e me do, so as a to#en of
our love, I sa+ these -ords to +ou.@
-Mart+ /eith
@)a#e m+ hand, and hold on tight, donAt let go, donAt +ou dare even tr+, there are so man+
roads to travel, so much still to find, and -ith the help of our lord, I -ant +ou to help me
tr+ and reach for the s#+.@
-Mart+ /eith
@)hats -hat a friend is for, -hen +our lost in dar#ness and searching for the light, to help
+ou through those lonel+ nights, -hen ever+thing around +ou fails *ust hold out +our
hand, and iAll come running, thats -hat a friend is for.@
-Mart+ /eith
@!arth+l+ friends ma+ prove untrue, doubts and fears asail, but one still loves and he
cares for +ou. 2ne -ho -ill not fail.@
-Song @$esus, never fails@
)he follo-ing three 'uotes are from the Dave Matthe-s 6and BSent in b+ /aitl+n .eersH
@)urns out not -here but -ho +ouAre -ith that reall+ matters@
@See +ou and me have a better time than most can dream of@
@"e+ m+ friend, it seems +our e+es are troubled. care to share +our time -ith me@
@Let me be the one +ou call If +ou *ump, I -ill brea# +our fall, lift +ou up and fl+ a-a+
-ith +ou into the night If +ou need to fall apart, I can mend a bro#en heart, If +ou need to
crash, then crash and burn, +ouAre not alone@
-,rash and 6urn b+ Savage &arden -Sent in b+ %shle+
@eAve gone our o-n -a+s and I #no- its for the best, but sometimes I -onder -ill I
ever have a friend li#e +ou again9@
-6lin# CJL
@!ven if -e never tal# again after tonight, please remember that I am forever changed b+
-ho +ou are and -hat +ou meant to me@
-,hasing %m+
I -as *ust -ondering if +ouAd come along to hold up m+ head -hen m+ head -onAt hold
on. IAll do the same if the same is -hat +ou -ant, if not I -ill go alone.@
-Dave Matthe-s 6and
@Do -hat +ou -ill, al-a+s -al# -here +ou li#e, +our steps, do as +ou please IAll bac# +ou
up.@
-Dave Matthe-s 6and BiAll bac# +ou upH
@See +ou and me have a better time than most can dream of, better than the best, so -e
can pull on through, -hatever tears at us, -hatever holds us do-n, and if nothing can be
done, -eAll ma#e the best of -hatAs around.@
-Dave Matthe-s 6and
@% friend is al-a+s good to have, but a loverAs #iss is better than angels raining do-n at
me.@
-Dave Matthe-s 6and
)he follo-ing three 'uotes -ere sent in b+ Logan.
@I did tr+ to come bac# and listen
Mou never it..I didnAt -ish it
6ut I did hear ever+ ans-er ever 'uestion
ItAs all about protection
stil through the sunlight da+s I -ait
)rac# a ghost through the fog
)he sun is burning me
%nd +ou come running out in the -ind -ith me
)he ocean is +our blan#et...@
-Stevie 1ic#s
@I pull +ou from +our to-er, ta#e a-a+ +our pain, sho- +ou all the beaut+ +ou posess if
+ouAd onl+ let +ourself believe@
-Sarah Mclachlan
@I -onAt be the one -hoAs going to let +ou do-n Ma+be +ouAll get -hat +ou -ant this time
around )he tric# is to #eep breathing@
-garbage
@2nce there -as a dar#ness, a deep and endless night, +ou gave me ever+thing +ou had
and oh, +ou gave me light@
-Sarah Mclaughlan - Sent in b+ Rachel
@If I had onl+ one friend left, iAd -ant it to be +ou.@
-.aul 2verstreet.
@)he times -hen -e -ould pla+ about,
)he -a+ -e used to scream and shout
e never dreamed +ouAd go +our o-n s-eet -a+.
Loo# for the rainbo- in ever+ storm,
5ind out for certain, loves gonna be there for +ou,
MouAll al-a+s be someones bab+
&oodb+e m+ friend
I #no- +ouAre gone, +ou said +ouAre gone although I can still feel +a here
Its not the end
&otta #eep it strong before the pain turns into fear.@
- Spice &irls - Sent in b+ %llison
,aught li#e a leaf in the -ind
Loo#inA for a friend
here can +ou turn
hisper the -ords of a pra+er and +ouAll find "im there
%rms open -ide, love in "is e+es
$esus - "e meets +ou -here +ou are
$esus - "e heals +our secret scars
%ll the love +ouAre loo#ing for is $esus
)he friend of a -ounded heart
-b+ a+ne atson from his song @5riend of a ounded "eart@ - Sent in b+ Rene
@%s -e go on.. e remeber... %ll the times, -e had together... %s our lives change...come
-hatever e -ill still be friends E-!ver @
-4itamin ,T&raduation Da+ Song -Sent in b+ T7T6rittan+T7T
@%t the shrine of friendship 1ever sa+ die, Let the -ine of friendship never run dr+.@
- Les MisNrables B$ean-Marc 1atel ? %lain 6oublil
@Ill stand b+ +ou, ta#e me into +our dar#est hour, i -ont let nobod+ hurt +ou, ill stand b+
+ou, and, ill never desert +ou@
- )he .retenders
@DonAt +ou -orr+.
Sometimes +ouAve *ust got to
let it ride.
)he -orld is changinA
right before our e+es.
1o- IAve found +ou
thereAre no more emptiness inside...
if -eAre hungr+,
love -ill #eep us alive.@
-!agles
-Sent in b+ Susannah )homson
@!ver+ no- and then -e find a special friend, -ho never lets us do-n, -ho understands
it all, reaches out each time +ou fall, +ouAre the best friend that IAve found.@
-$ordan "ill - @Remember Me )his a+@
@I hope +ou got all the ans-ers and +ouAve come to understand )hat people and things are
al-a+s going to change %nd +ou canAt stop them no-.@
-@Rebecca@ b+ the .at Mc&ee 6and.
-Sent in b+ %nnie
@5or a shield from the storm, for a friend, for a love to #eep me safe and -arm...I turn to
+ou. 5or the strength to be strong, for the -ill to carr+ on...for ever+thing +ou do, for
ever+thing thats true, I turn to +ou.@
-,hristina %guilera BI )urn to MouH
@ hen IAm lost in the rain, In +our e+es I #no- IAll find the light to light m+ -a+ %nd
-hen IAm scared, losing ground hen m+ -orld is going cra(+ Mou can turn it all around
and -hen IAm do-n +ouAre there .ushing me to the top MouAre al-a+s there, giving me all
+ouAve got @
-,hristina %guilera BI )urn to MouH -Sent in b+ %shle+ Delpidio
)he follo-ing t-o 'uotes -ere sent in b+ Lac+.
@%nd I -ill ta#e +ou In m+ arms.. %nd hold +ou right -here +ou belong. A)ill the da+ m+
life is through.. )his I .romise Mou.@
- @)his I .romise Mou@ -1S+nc
@IAll give +ou stregnth, IAll give +ou hope. /eeping +our faith that is gone. %nd the one
+ou should call -as standing there all along.@
- @)his I .romise Mou@ -1S+nc
@DonAt -ant to leave, but -e both #no- sometimes itAs better to go. Someho- I #no-
-eAll meet again, not sure 'uite -here and I donAt #no- *ust -hen +ouAre in m+ heart, so
until then, smile, donAt -ant to cr+ sa+ing goodb+e.@
-)he Muppets - Sent in b+ Sand+ Macbeth
@LetAs ma#e a resolution. IAll drin# to that. LetAs al-a+s sta+ friends. 5riendship is thic#er
than blood...)hat depends...Depents on trust. Depends on true devotion. Depends on love.
Depends on not den+ing emotion...@
-Rent - Sent in b+ ,at.