Academic journal article Education

Examining the Basic Principles of Friendship

Academic journal article Education

Examining the Basic Principles of Friendship

Article excerpt

Friends are the ultimate form of social security.

The only thing better than aged steaks is old friends.

Don't just count your friends. Rather, figure out which friends you can count on.

The best present you can receive from a friend is a smile.

A friend is someone who helps you to like yourself.

A friend is someone who sees you the way you wish to be seen.

The most valuable gift you can get is a friend.

The most valuable gift you can give is to be a friend to someone in need of one.

Friends are people who choose to be by you, even when they would rather be somewhere else.

Good friends are usually great listeners.

Friendship is like mortar that bind people together.

Friends generally avoid asking questions, and try not to make judgments.

Good friends look for the good in you, and then tell others when they find it.

The difference between our friends and our enemies, is that the former leave us feeling better, while the latter leave us feeling bitter.

When a friend takes you to dinner make sure to buy him/her a mint. After all, isn't s/he worth that much to you?

True friends expect the best from us, and we try our best not to disappoint them.

Friends are our memories' greatest treasures.

Real friends provide us with the best form of "No-Fault" insurance. …

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