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|Lincoln, Abraham To the query, "What is a friend?" his reply was "A single soul |
dwelling in two bodies." — Aristotle Without friends, no one would want to live,
even if he had all other goods. — Aristotle Suspicion is the cancer of friendship.
|Forbes, B. C. The suspicious mind believes more than it doubts. ... Hoffer, Eric He |
that is already corrupt is naturally suspicious, and he that becomes suspicious
will quickly become ... Paine, Thomas Suspicion is the cancer of friendship.
|We spent many hours together and subsequently forged a strong friendship built |
on common faith, shared trust, and a large measure of love ... The doctor had a
high level suspicion that Tim had stage IV gallbladder cancer and he could not ...
|Regardless of the relationship between Cancer and Aquarius, whether the two of |
them are relatives, friends, business ... sorrow, laughter, suspicion, secrecy, fear,
anger, tenderness, hope, despair, expectancy - the entire gamut of human ...
|a source of discomfort, instigate suspicion of others, and inspire alienation and |
depression. Beauty, a quality desired by ... and back arouses our suspicions.
Chemotherapy, heralded as a cancer treatment, is another example of front and
|Hurt, anger, and distrust form until doubt has seeped into every fiber of our being |
where it dissolves our friendship as effectively as ice melts on a hot stove. sowing
seeds Suspicion is the cancer of friendship." Francesco Petrarch person to ...
|Q. Would it be the invariable rule of yourself as a doctor to tell a person she had |
cancer in each and every case? ... Q. Is there not, therefore, some ground for a
patient to be somewhat suspicious as to whether the doctor is telling her the truth
as to whether she has cancer? ... of the fact that she and the witness "have
always been able to pick up the threads of our friendship just as they were years
|Within a year ofMrs Blagge's death the Duchess ofYork gave birth to one last |
sickly daughter and began to decline into mortal illness herself, suffering
apparently from breast cancer. The suspicion that she had converted to Roman
|Meet a friend. Love him. Feel that he is a wonderful person and he can do no |
wrong. Then let there be some lurking suspicion in your mind that perhaps his
motives are impure. ... death by drowning or a freak accident, or they examine the
records of a hospital and they hear of the gross sufferings of people with
leukemia and other forms of cancer, they say to themselves: "This world's a
|... inherited their father's brilliant instability, but her debilitating “neurasthenia” |
may have also been due in part to cancer. The third is James's close friendship
with Constance Fenimore Woolson (1840–1894). ... Suspicion that she
committed suicide is based on the newspaper reports of the incident – and an
extant letter of ...