Phrases of friendship: the best to celebrate your friends

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This, with much more 300 carefully selected phrases, is the most extensive, complete and deep collection of friendship phrases you will ever find.

Few things have as big an impact on the happiness, depth and simple fun in life as the friendships we have.

They can be friendships with our partners, family members, co-workers and people we have known for a few years or since we were children.




So we would like to end this year by looking back and sharing with you some of the most beautiful friendship quotes that have ever been passed down to posterity.

Phrases about friendship

The friendship quotes below are organized into alphabetical order, in order to facilitate navigation.

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Quotes about friendship: A

Sometimes there are such strong sympathies that, meeting for the first time, it seems that they meet again. ~ Alfred de Musset

Take care of your friend as well as yourself. ~ Levitical

Some friendships are made by hand, most in series. ~ the drinks are finished

Some people take refuge in the church; others in poetry; me in my friends ~ Virginia Woolf




Some go to the priests. Others turn to poetry. I to my friends. ~ Virginia Woolf

They finally came to an understanding. They made the friendly decision to be enemies. ~ Stanislaw Jerzy Lec

We will eventually remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. ~ Martin Luther King

The truth must be told to the friend, without it the name of friendship is worth nothing. ~ Aelredo Di Rievaulx

Friends are born, not made. ~ Henry brooks adams

Friendship is not always there. Friendship never goes away. And it's not the same. ~ Sonietta1311, Twitter

Friendship is equality. ~ Pythagoras

Friendship! Mysterious cement of the soul, sweetener of life and glue of society. ~ Roberto Blair

My friend by your side I have nothing to apologize for, nothing to defend myself from, nothing to prove: I find peace... Beyond my clumsy words you can simply see the man in me. ~ Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

My friend... if you are alone... I will be your shadow... if you want to cry, I will be your shoulder; if you want a hug, I'll be your pillow; if you need to be happy, I will be your smile; But whenever you need a friend, I'll be myself. ~ Authorless


Friend is with whom you can be silent. ~ camilo sbarbaro

Love and friendship are mutually exclusive. ~ Jean de la Bruyere



Having friends for everyone would be tiresome: it is enough not to have them enemies. ~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Having a hundred friends is not a miracle; the miracle is to have a friend who will be by your side when those hundred are against you. ~ Authorless

Friendship Quotes: BC

Good friends, good books and a clear conscience - this is the ideal life. ~ Mark Twain

Change your pleasures, but don't change your friends. ~ Voltaire

Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light. ~ Helen Keller

What is a friend? I say to you. The friend is a person with whom you have the courage to be yourself. ~ frank crane

What is a friend? Other me. ~ Zeno of Citium

Whoever seeks a friend without guilt, has no friends. ~ Turkish proverb

Who looks at a true friend, in reality, is like looking in a mirror. ~ Marco Tullio Cicero


Those who have many friends are not lucky, they are naive. ~ Silvana Baroni

Who stops being a friend, has never been a friend. ~ Hesiod

Who is a friend of all is not a friend of anyone. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

Anyone can sympathize with a friend's pain, but only those with a noble soul can sympathize with a friend's success. ~ Oscar Wilde



Each one shows what it is about the friends he has. ~ Baltasar Gracian

What makes friendships indissoluble and doubles their charm is a feeling that love lacks: certainty. ~ Honoré de Balzac

With interest there is no friendship. ~ Giovanni Verga

Those who remove friendship from life remove the sun from the world. ~ Marco Tullio Cicero

How to behave with friends? How we would like them to behave towards us. ~ Aristotle

Count your friends age, not years. Tell your life with smiles, not tears. ~ John Lennon

Believing that friendship exists is like believing that furniture has a soul. ~ Marcel Proust

Friendship Phrases: D - F

I have always liked the fairness of friendship, not convenience. ~ MagFra9, Twitter

Of all the things that wisdom provides for a happy existence, the greatest is friendship. ~ epicurus

Are you saying that friends in need are rare? Backwards! As soon as she befriends someone, she immediately finds herself in need and would like to borrow money. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

Tell me: is love included in friendship or friendship in love? ~ Gotthold Ephraim Lessing

Two people cannot be friends if they cannot forgive each other's small faults. ~ Jean de la Bruyere

It was just a fox like a hundred thousand others. But I made him my friend, and now he is the only one in the world. ~ Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Being honest may not get you many friends, but it will get you the right ones. ~ John Lennon

He is a friend who always guesses the moment we need him. ~ Jules Renard

It is better to fool yourself about your friends than to fool them. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend. ~ William Blake

It is more embarrassing to distrust your friends than to be deceived by them. ~ Proverbs

It's rare that two friends don't exchange glances from time to time. ~ the drinks are finished

It is much better to have declared enemies than hidden friends. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte

It is in the character of few men to honor without envying a successful friend. ~ Aeschylus

It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend. ~ William Blake

It is more embarrassing to distrust your friends than to be deceived by them. ~ François de La Rochefoucauld

He is a friend who always guesses the moment we need him. ~ Jules Renard

It's one of the blessings of old friends that you can afford to be stupid with them. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

It is wrong to judge a man by the people with whom he associates. Judas, for example, had blameless friends. ~ Marcello Marchesi

It is good to be rich and it is good to be strong, but it is better to be loved by many friends. ~ Euripides

Fail and your friends will feel superior. Succeed and they will resent you. ~ mason cooely

Pay attention. Some friendships are at their best on the phone. In private the contact is disturbed. ~ the drinks are finished

As long as the memory of some dear friends lives in my heart, I will say that life is beautiful. ~ Helen Keller

There can be no friendship between man and woman. There may be passion, hostility, adoration, love, but not friendship. ~ Oscar Wilde

Phrases credit friend speaks evil Rostand God gives us relatives; Thank God we choose our friends. ~ Ethel Watts Mumford

Phrases about friends and friendship A Facebook addict told me: I made 500 friends and in one day: I haven't made them in 86 years. But how many friends can a human being really have? Answer: 150. Not more. This is the Dunbar Number: that is, the maximum number of people that can be part of our emotional landscape. To go further would be a surplus, a waste of time. ~ Zygmunt Bauman

Phrases man woman friendship love Wilde Here are other very nice aphorisms about friendship Anyone can sympathize with the pain of a friend, but only a noble soul can sympathize with the success of a friend. ~ Oscar Wilde

Friendship phrases: G - H

Friends listen to what you say. Best friends listen to what you don't say. ~ Authorless

Absent friends are like the present. ~ Marco Tullio Cicero

The friends that matter are the ones you can call at 4 am. ~ Marlene Dietrich

Friends have the same blood type as your soul and are capable of offering you abundant transfusions of happiness. ~ fabrizio caramagna

Friends have everything in common. ~ Publius Terentius Afro

Friends do not simply live in harmony, as some say, but in melody. ~ Henry David Thoreau

Friends call themselves sincere. But only enemies are. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

Friends deserve it. And you always have to deserve them, without interruption, running the risk of contradicting them and losing them every day. ~ Jorge Bernanos

Friends are like teeth. We lose them over the years, and not always without pain. ~ Santiago Ramon y Cajal

Friends are like melons. To find a good one, you have to try a hundred. ~ claude mermet

Friends are like walls. Sometimes you lean on them, and other times it's crucial to know they're there. ~ Authorless

Friends are essential to a good fight. If not, who do you do it with? ~ the drinks are finished

Friends are relatives that you choose for yourself. ~ Eustache Deschamps

Friends are those rare people who ask how we are doing and then wait to hear the answer. ~ Ed Cunningham

Friends are the ones who help you get up, when others didn't even know you fell. ~ Authorless

Men no longer have time to know anything. They buy ready-made things in stores. But since there are no stores that sell friends, men no longer have friends. If you want a friend, tame me! ~ Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Men kick friendship like a soccer ball and it never breaks. Women treat it like glass and it crumbles. ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh

We avidly enjoy the presence of friends, because we do not know how long we may have. ~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca

I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not want to exchange for the favors of all the kings of the world. ~ Thomas A Edison

I hesitated a bit before writing that I would gladly have given my life for a friend... but I am convinced that it was not an exaggeration and that I would not only have been willing to die for a friend, but would have done so. almost joyfully. ~ Fred Uhlmann

I have always thought that the greatest privilege, relief and consolation of friendship is that you don't have to explain anything. ~ Katherine mansfield

Quotes about friendship:

The deepest ties are not made of ropes or knots, but no one unties them. ~ Lao Tzu

Books, like friends, must be few and carefully chosen. ~ Samuel Johnson

My friends have made the story of my life. In a thousand ways they have turned my limitations into wonderful privileges. ~ Helen Keller

Old friends, like old swords, are the most reliable. ~ John webster

True friends take almost everything in an instant. They compete to understand each other and live in a world without lies. ~ Yoshimoto Banana

True friends are like stars; you can only recognize them when it is dark around you. ~ Bob Marley

True friends are the family you can choose. ~ Audrey Hepburn

True friends are the ones who see your sadness while the whole world keeps laughing with you. ~ Silviagarbe, Twitter

True friends are rare because the demand is minimal. ~ Maria von Ebner Eschenbach

True friends stab you in front. ~ Oscar Wilde

The most I can do for a friend is just be their friend. ~ Henry David Thoreau

The false friend is like the shadow that follows us while the sun lasts. ~ carlo dossi

The language of friendship is not words but meanings. ~ Henry David Thoreau

The strongest marriage is between two who seek the same God, the strongest friendship is between two who flee from the same devil. ~ Robert Brault

The best kind of friend is the one with whom you can sit on a porch without saying a word and gradually feel like you've had the most beautiful conversation in the world. ~ Authorless

The best mirror is an old friend. ~ George Herbert

My friend is the one who will tell me my faults in private. ~ Avicebron

My best friend is the one who brings out the best in me. ~ Henry Ford

The best time to make friends is before you need them. ~ ethel barrymore

The greatest gift of life is friendship, and I have received it. ~ Hubert humphrey

The greatest effort of friendship is not to show our faults to a friend, but to show him his. ~ François de La Rochefoucauld

The problem isn't dying for a friend, it's finding a friend worth dying for. ~ Mark Twain

The role of a friend is to be by your side when you are wrong, because everyone will be by your side when you are right. ~ Mark Twain

The true friend is like another yourself. ~ Marco Tullio Cicero

The true friend is the one to whom you have nothing to say. It satisfies our wildness and our sociability at the same time. ~ tristan bernard

The winner has many friends. The loser, good friends. ~ mongolian proverb

In friendship you cannot go far if you are not willing to forgive each other's small defects. ~ Jean De La Bruyere

In nothing I consider myself happy but in remembering my good friends. ~ William Shakespeare

You meet people who forget you. You forget about the people you know. But sometimes you meet people you can't forget. Those are your friends. ~ Mark Twain

Wear a smile and you will have friends; put on a pout and you will have wrinkles. ~ George Eliot

I appreciate the friend who finds time for me in his schedule, but I love the friend who doesn't even look at the schedule for me. ~ Robert Brault

Quotes About Friendship: L

Good and true friendship should not suspect anything. ~ Miguel de Cervantes

The law of the gift that is given from friend to friend is that one soon forgets what he has given, and the other always remembers what he has received. ~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Most people enjoy the inferiority of their best friends. ~ Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield

The best rule of friendship is to keep your heart a little softer than your head. ~ Authorless

The death of a friend, like the fall of a giant pine tree, leaves a piece of empty heaven. ~ Allen R. Foley

Boredom cannot exist wherever there is a gathering of good friends. ~ Francois Rene Chateaubriand

The worst currency you can pay your friends with is advice; the only good currency is the ransom. ~ Fernando Galiani

The worst loneliness is to be devoid of sincere friendship. ~ Francis Bacon

The first law of friendship is to ask honest things from friends and to do honest things for friends. ~ Marco Tullio Cicero

History offers more examples of canine loyalty than friends. ~ Alexander Pope

True friendship is like phosphorescence, it shines better when everything goes dark. ~ Rabindranah Tagore

Phrases about Friends: from 121 to 140

True friendship is a plant that grows slowly and must go through the trauma of adversity to be called that. ~ George Washington

The middle path between love and freedom is called friendship. Because friendship gives you love and does not take away your freedom... ~ Luciano De Crescenzo

Life is bad, but love and friendship are powerful anesthetics. ~ henry detouche

A man's friendships are one of the best measures of his worth. ~ Charles Darwin

Friendships are inexplicable and you don't have to explain them if you don't want to kill them. ~ max jacob

Friendships should be made between equals. ~ Publio Ovidio Nasone

The faults of a friend write them in the sand. ~ Pythagoras

The most agreeable companies are those in which a serene mutual respect reigns among the members. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Friendship begins with an honest inventory of all that divides. ~ the drinks are finished

Friendship with oneself is the most important thing because without it you cannot be friends with anyone else in the world. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

Friendship is forgetting what is given and remembering what is received. ~ Alexandre Dumas

The friendship of an intelligent person is worth more than that of all the others put together. ~ Democritus

Friendship and love are not asked for like water, but offered like tea. ~ japanese proverb

Friendship has three big c's as a common denominator: trust, complicity, bullshit. ~ Authorless

Friendship is very dear to me. In true friendship the Supreme Friend is glimpsed. ~ Paramahansa Yogananda

Friendship arises from the occasions of life, many times from destiny, but to become an indispensable feeling, then, it needs great shared emotions, not affective mediocrity. ~ Paolo Crepet

Friendship is born when one person says to another: “What? You too? I thought he was the only one! " ~ C.S. Lewis

Friendship does not discount, it is an honest feeling: it returns everything sown. ~ Paolo Crepet

Friendship does not need words: it is a loneliness freed from the anguish of loneliness. ~ Dag Hammarskjöld

Friendship is not a big thing, it's a million little things. ~ Authorless

Phrases about Friends: from 141 to 160

Friendship is not true friendship if the glue of charity is missing. ~ St. Augustine

Friendship can only happen through the development of mutual respect and in a spirit of sincerity. ~ Dalai Lama

Friendship doubles the joys and divides the anguish. ~ Francis Bacon

Friendship without interest is one of the rarest and most beautiful things in life. ~ James Francis Byrnes

Friendship with oneself is of fundamental importance, because without it you cannot be friends with anyone. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

Friendship is undoubtedly the best balm for the wounds of a disappointed love. ~ Jane Austen

Friendship is like coffee, once cold it does not return to its original flavor, even if it is reheated. ~ Immanuel Kant

Friendship is like the evening shadow, which extends to the sunset of life. ~ Jean de La Fontaine

Friendship is much more tragic than love. Last longer. ~ Oscar Wilde

Friendship is being brother and sister, two souls that touch without being confused, the two fingers of the hand. ~ Victor Hugo

Friendship is the marriage of the soul. ~ Voltaire

Friendship is the wine of life. ~ Edward young

Friendship is on the lips of many but in the hearts of few. ~ Livia Casimiro

Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to explain. It is not something you learn in school. If you haven't learned the meaning of friendship, you haven't really learned anything. ~ Muhammad Ali

Friendship is precious, not only in the shadows but also in the full splendor of life, and thanks to a benevolent arrangement of things, most of life is full splendor. ~ Thomas Jefferson

Friendship is that strong feeling that can bind two complete strangers together like sisters. ~ Tatilafoca, Twitter

Friendship is always a sweet responsibility, never an opportunity. ~ Khalil Gibran

Friendship is a tree that shelters you. ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Friendship is a bit like health: its value is appreciated only when it is lost. ~ Charles Caleb Colton

Friendship is a tacit pact to split evils in two so that they are less heavy. ~ Alphonse Karr

Phrases about Friends: from 161 to 180

The Friendship is a boat big enough to carry two people when sailing in calm waters, but reserved for one when the seas get rough. ~ Ambrose Bierce

Friendship is a single soul living in two bodies. ~ Aristotle

Friendship is a single soul that inhabits two bodies, a heart that beats in two souls. ~ Aristotle

Friendship is one of the most beautiful feelings to live because it gives wealth, emotions, complicity and because it is absolutely free. Suddenly you see each other, you choose, you build a kind of intimacy; they can walk side by side and grow together as they travel down different paths, even though they are hundreds of thousands of miles apart, just like the two of us. ~ Susana Tamaro

Friendship is… the kind of love one can imagine between angels. ~ CS Lewis

Friendship, like love, requires almost as much artistry as a successful dance figure. It takes a lot of drive and a lot of control, a lot of exchanges of words and a lot of silence. Above all, a lot of respect. ~ Rudolf nureyev

Friendship: two tuned strings that vibrate together even though they are apart. And if one of them is touched, the other also vibrates with the same music. ~ fabrizio caramagna

The friend who holds your hand and tells you the wrong thing is certainly more expensive than the one who stays away. ~ Barbara Kingsolver

Don't look for a perfect friend, look for a friend. ~ Jose Narosky

The friend is the one who does not misbehave with us. ~ Francesco alberoni

The friend is your satisfied need. It is the field that is sown with love and harvested with thanks. It is your table and your home; because you come to him hungry and in search of peace. When your friend tells you what he thinks, don't be afraid to say the yes or no that is on your mind. And when he is silent, your heart does not stop listening to his heart; since in friendship, without speaking, all thoughts and wishes and expectations are born and shared with unproclaimed joy. ~ Khalil Gibran

The friend is that person who arrives when the rest of the world leaves. ~ grace pulpit

Love sees no flaws, friendship loves them. ~ Authorless

Love comes from blindness, friendship from knowledge. ~ Roger De Bussy Rabutin

The antidote for fifty enemies is a friend. ~ Aristotle

The deal generates friends, the truth I hate. ~ Terentius

The bird makes a nest, the spider a web, the man a friendship. ~ William Blake

The only way to have a friend is to be one. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Constant use does not wear out or wrinkle the fabric of friendship. ~ Dorothy parker

Friendship Phrases: M - N

But from that moment on, Hermione Granger became friends with them. It's impossible to share certain adventures without ending up making friends, and knocking out a four meter tall mountain monster is one of them. ~ JK Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

But when I think of you, my dear friend, what was lost is found and all pain ends. ~ William Shakespeare

I like to have respectable friends; I like to be the worst in the company. ~ Jonathan Swift

I always like to know everything about my new friends and nothing about the old ones. ~ Oscar Wilde

Many people will come and go from your life, but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

In the world you have three kinds of friends: friends who love you; friends who don't care about you and friends who hate you. ~ Nicolas Chamfort

There are three types of friends in the world: those who love you, those who don't pay enough attention to you, and those who hate you. ~ SĂ©bastien-Roch Nicholas of Chamfort

In life it is important to have a friend who is, at the same time, a mirror and a shadow. The mirror doesn't lie and the shadow doesn't go away. ~ fabrizio caramagna

No commitment is more important than a friend knocking on the door. Remember it when you are in a hurry, teach your children, do not let your life run out of time. ~ Rita Levi Montalcini

Nothing is beautiful to own if you don't have friends to share it with. ~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca

No one who has friends knows what true loneliness is, even if he has everyone around him as his opponent. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche

No one has greater love than this: to give one's life for one's friends. ~ Gospel of John

No one is so friendless that he does not have a friend sincere enough to tell him unpleasant truths. ~ Edward Bulwer Lytton

No one is useless if he has a friend. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson

We two, dear friend, are like the sun and the moon, or the sea and the land. We two, dear friend, are the sun and the moon, we are the sea and the land. Our goal is not to transform ourselves into each other, but to get to know each other and learn to see and respect what the other is: our opposite and our complement. ~ Hermann Hesse

We are all travelers in this wild world, the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson

We do not so much need the help of friends as the certainty of their help. ~ epicurus

Do not accept the friendship of those who are morally inferior to you. ~ Confucius

He who is afraid of making enemies will never have true friends. ~ William Hazlitt

We should not focus on the good that a friend does us, but only on the desire he has to do it for us. ~ Madeleine De Souvre De Sable

Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow you. Don't walk behind me, I don't know where to take you. Just walk by my side and be my friend. ~ Albert Camus

Phrases about Friends: from 201 to 220

Don't walk behind me, I can't guide you. Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow you. Just walk by my side and be my friend. ~ Albert Camus

Don't look for a friend to kill time; look for it to live your hours to the fullest. ~ Khalil Gibran

There is no worse desert than a life without friends: friendship multiplies the goods and distributes the evils. ~ Baltasar Gracian

There is no distance that can separate a true friendship... Strong ties are maintained and defy time... because they have only one home: the heart... ~ Colette Haddad

There's no pleasure like meeting an old friend, except maybe making a new one. ~ Rudyard Kipling

Never give explanations, your friends don't need them and your enemies won't believe it anyway. ~ Elbert Hubbard

You should never judge people based on their acquaintances: Judas, for example, had irreproachable friends. ~ Paul Verlaine

There is nothing that makes the world as spacious as having friends far away; it is they who form the latitudes and longitudes. ~ Henry David Thoreau

There are no good friends or bad friends, there are only friends, people who have built their home in your heart. ~ Stephen King

Do not be friends with someone who thinks he is better than you. ~ Confucius

Don't make more friends than your heart can hold. ~ Julien De Valckenaere

He who has never made enemies has no friends. ~ Alfred Tennyson

I have no doubt that I have deserved my enemies, but I am not sure that I have deserved my friends. ~ Walt Whitman

I don't need a friend who changes when I change and nods when I nod, my shadow does it much better. ~ Plutarch

I have no problems with my enemies. My fucking friends keep me up all night. ~ Warren G. Harding

I don't like the idea of ​​going to either Heaven or Hell, because I have friends in both places. ~ Mark Twain

I cannot give you solutions for all the problems of life, I do not have answers for your doubts or fears, but I can listen to them and share them with you. ~ Jorge Luis Borges - Friendship

Do I not defeat my enemies when I make them my friends? ~ Abraham Lincoln

The friend of the heart is not always part of the human race. ~ the drinks are finished

Not all friendship offers are acceptable. The less accepted, the deeper the friendship; because taller. ~ Nicholas Tommaseo

Do not want to force yourself to have friends, it is better to have none than to regret having chosen them hastily, but when you have found one, honor him with high friendship. ~ silvio pelico

Friendship Phrases: O - P

Today I am a successful man because I had a friend who believed in me and I did not have the courage to let him down. ~ Abraham Lincoln

Every friendship is a novel in which two narrative selves continuously intersect. ~ the drinks are finished

Each friend represents a world within us, a world that eventually would not have been born without their arrival, and it is only thanks to this meeting that a new world is born. ~ AnaĂŻs Nin

From time to time it is good to shake the tree of friendship so that it loosens the rotten fruit. ~ African proverb

Everyone has a friend at every stage of their life, but few people have the same friend at all stages of their life. ~ Authorless

Everybody wants powerful friends. But they want more powerful. ~ Elias Canetti

Oh the comfort, the unspeakable comfort of feeling safe with a person: of not having to think thoughts, or measure words, but only grant them. Just as they are chaff and wheat together, knowing that a faithful hand will catch and sift them, take what is worth holding and then, with the breath of kindness, blow away the rest. ~ George Eliot

We spend more time speaking ill of enemies than speaking well of friends. ~ Marcel Lenoir

It takes almost a lifetime to make a friend. We must have been poor together and sometimes happy. ~ Luciano De Crescenzo

In judging a friend, expect to depend more on him than on his benefit, honor, or pleasure. ~ Nicholas Tommaseo

For enemies the laws apply, for friends they are interpreted. ~ giovanni giolitti

For true friends, no place is far. ~ Sergio Bambaren

As rare as true love is, true friendship is rarer still. ~ François de La Rochefoucauld

As rare as true love is, it is less rare than true friendship. ~ François de La Rochefoucauld

Few but good. ~ Publilius Syrus

I put as a fact that if all men knew what others say about them, there would be no more than four friends in the world. ~ Blaise Pascal

I'd rather walk with a friend in the dark than be alone in the light. ~ Helen Keller

I prefer a sincere enemy to most of the friends I have known. ~ Ernest Hemingway

Before you call the doctor, call your friend. ~ Pythagoras

Friendship phrases: Q - R

When two friends fully understand each other, the words are sweet and strong like the scent of orchids. ~ Lao Tzu

When your friends start complimenting you on your youthful air, you can be sure they think you're getting old. ~ washington irving

When you are sad, a friend opens your heart and throws handfuls of light at you. ~ fabrizio caramagna

When you're starving, there's always a friend offering you a drink. ~ antoine blondin

When a friend asks there is no word tomorrow. ~ George Herbert

Those who regard friendship as a game of chess always lose the game in the end. ~ Ramon Éder

What matters between friends is not what you say, but what you don't need to say. ~ Albert Camus

Reconciling with a friend with whom we had broken relations is a weakness that is dismissed when, at the first opportunity, he does exactly what had caused the breakup, yes, with greater impudence, in the intimate awareness of being indispensable. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

Remember that a friend will always be happy for you if you are happy... Envy only exists in the hearts of those creatures who do not know how to accept your happiness. And they're not your real friends. ~ by Sergio Bamba

Reprimand the friend secretly and praise him openly. ~ Leonardo da Vinci

Friendship Dating: S - T

Those who look for a friend in the hall and put him to the test at the banquet are mistaken. ~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Getting rid of a trusted friend is the same to me as getting rid of your life. ~ Sofocle

If you help a friend in need, they won't forget about you the next time they need it. ~ Arthur Bloch

If we were to build friendship on solid foundations, we should love our friends for them and not for ourselves. ~ Charlotte Brontë

If a friend is in trouble, don't bother him by asking if there's anything you can do. He thinks of something appropriate and do it. ~ edgar watson howe

If a man does not make new friends as he goes through life, he will soon find himself alone. A man, sir, must keep his friendships constantly restored. ~ Samuel Johnson

If you want to count your value, count your friends. ~ happy browne

If you want to know who your friends are, get a prison sentence. ~ Charles Bukowski

If it's too painful for you to criticize your friend, then you have to do it. But if you enjoy doing it, then it's time to bite your tongue and shut up. ~ alice duer miller

You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. ~ Jim Rohn

They quickly decide to be friends, but friendship is a fruit that ripens slowly. ~ Aristotle

You must have an invisible friend to talk to in the quiet hours of the night and while walking in the parks. ~ Khalil Gibran

You have a little less friends than you think, but a little more than you think. ~ Hugo von Hofmannsthal

We are born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through love and friendship can we create the illusion, for a moment, of not being alone. ~ Orson Welles

Be true to friendship, true to love, and you can even neglect the other commandments. ~ Vasilij Vasil'evic Rozanov

Only true friends will tell you when your face is dirty. ~ Sicilian proverb

It's the friends you can call at four in the morning that matter. ~ Marlene Dietrich

It's the people we meet that make life worth living. ~ Guy de Maupassant

I am sure that if all men knew what each other said, there would not be four friends in the world. ~ Blaise Pascal

Hold a true friend with both hands. ~ Nigerian proverb

You can make more friends in two months by showing interest in others than in two years by trying to get others interested in you. ~ Dale Carnegie

Treat your friends like you do when taking pictures and give them your best light. ~ Jennie Jerome Churchill

Treat your friend as if he could become an enemy. ~ Publilius Syrus

Find the time to be friends, it's the way to happiness. ~ Mother Teresa

All the greatness of this world is not worth a good friend. ~ Voltaire

Everybody wants to have a friend, nobody cares to be a friend. ~ Alphonse Karr

Friendship phrases: U

A half friend is half a traitor. ~ Victor Hugo

A friend accepts us as we are and helps us to be what we should be. ~ Authorless

A friend knows the melody of our hearts and sings it when we forget the words. ~ CS Lewis

A friend must be a master in the art of guessing and in the art of keeping silent. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche

A faithful friend laughs at your jokes even if they are not so funny and sympathizes with your problems even if they are not so serious. ~ Arnold H. Glasgow

A faithful friend is worth ten thousand relatives. ~ Euripides

A friend called me to help him in his pain; I put mine in my pocket and went. ~ Authorless

A friend can tell you things that you don't want to tell yourself. ~ Frances Ward Weller

You immediately recognize a true friend, he makes you laugh even when you just don't want him to, if he asks how you are, even the saddest thought dissolves and simply being in his company makes you feel special. This is a true friend, the one who transforms your life, into a special life! ~ Stephen Pocapalabra

A friend is what the heart always needs. ~ Henry van dyke

A friend is one to whom you can reveal your heart's content, every grain and grain, knowing that the kindest hands will sift through them and that only things of value will be kept, all else will be gently blown away. ~ Persian proverb

A friend is the one who is on your side when you are wrong, not when you are right. Because when you're right everyone is capable. ~ Mark Twain

A friend is one for whom we would do what we would not do for the world. ~ Roberto Sabatier

A friend is the most precious thing you can have and the best you can be. ~ douglas paguels

A friend is someone who gives you complete freedom to be yourself. ~ Jim Morrison

A friend is someone you can trust. ~ John Paulhan

A friend is another me. ~ Zeno of Citium

A friend is a gift you give yourself. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson

A friend is a man who finds more credit than anyone else when he speaks ill of us. ~ Jean Rostand

A friend is someone with whom I can be honest. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

A friend is someone with whom I can be honest. In front of him I can think out loud. I am finally in the presence of a man real and equal to me, and I can throw off those masks of concealment, politeness, and doublethink that men put on, and I can deal with him with the simplicity and integrity with which one atom meets another. . ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

A friend is a person... You can be honest with... You never need to defend yourself... You can count on whether he is present or absent... You never need to pretend... You can trust yourself without fear of being betrayed ... That he doesn't feel that he owns you because you are his friend... That he doesn't use you selfishly because he has your trust. I wish I had a friend like that. And I would like to be such a friend. And I have a friend like that. YOU ~ Alfred A. Montapert

A friend is one who knows everything about you and yet likes you. ~ Elbert Hubbard

A friend is someone who knows you as you are, who understands where you have been, who accepts what you have become, and yet graciously allows you to grow. ~ William Shakespeare

Friendship dating: 301 to 320

A friend... nothing is more common than the name, nothing more rare than the thing. ~ Jean de La Fontaine

A good friend is like a four leaf clover; Hard to find and lucky whoever finds it. ~ irish proverb

A good friend is for life: a link to the past, a path to the future, the key to mental health in a world full of crazy people. ~ law wise

A brother may not be a friend, but a friend will always be a brother. ~ Benjamin Franklin

A true friend never gets in your way, unless you're falling low. ~ Authorless

A true friend is someone who holds your hand and touches your heart. ~ Gabriel García Márquez

A true friend is the one who comes to you while everyone else walks away. ~ walter winchell

One of the greatest consolations of this life is friendship and one of the consolations of friendship is having to trust a secret~ Promised, Chapter XI

One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is understanding and being understood. ~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca

A material distance can never truly separate us from friends. If you just want to be next to someone you love, you're already there. ~ Richard Bach

A woman can be friends with a man only in this sequence: first acquaintance, then lover, then friend. ~ Anton Chekhov

A great friendship has two main ingredients: the first is the discovery of what makes us similar, the second is respect for what makes us different. ~ Stephen Pocapalabra

A new acquaintance is an experiment, a new friend is a risk. ~ Ezra Pound

A single rose can be my garden... a single friend, my world. ~ Leo Buscaglia

Only one rose can be in my garden. A friend, my world. ~ Leo Buscaglia

A true friendship is not seeing each other every day. You can stay with a true friend for months without knowing about each other, but you know perfectly well that he will be there anyway and when you meet again, everything will always be the same. ~ masa78, Twitter

One of the benefits of friendship is knowing who to share a secret with. ~ Alessandro Manzoni

A friendship that ended was never sincere. ~ San Jeronimo

Wanting and not wanting the same things, this is true friendship. ~ Sallustio

It is better to fool yourself about your friends than to fool your friends. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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