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|Miller, Henry There is no stronger bond of friendship than a mutual enemy. - |
Moore, Frankfort The enemies of the future are always the very nicest people. -
Morley, Christopher He who lives by fighting with an enemy has an interest in the
|The proper office of a friend is to side with you when you are in the wrong. Nearly |
anybody will side with you when you are ... Chinese proverb There is no stronger
bond of friendship than a mutual enemy. Frankfort Moore Everyone ought to be ...
|He who is the friend of all humanity is not my friend. I like to be distinguished; and |
to cut the matter short, the friend of all mankind is no friend of mine. The more we
... There is no stronger bond of friendship than a mutual enemy. FRANKFORT ...
|Lao-tzu * To destroy an enemy Convert him to true friendship! Thorntize * There |
is no stronger bond of friendship than a mutual enemy Frankfort Moore * If one is
your friend because of things and stuff One will easily become your enemy for ...
|We die as often as we lose — friend.—Publilius Syrus 7. — false friend and — |
shadow attend only while — sun shines—Benjamin Franklin 8. There is no
stronger bond of friendship than _ mutual enemy—Frankfort Moore Indefinite
|There is no stronger bond of friendship than a mutual enemy. — Frankfort Moore |
A.A. is a fellowship united against the same enemy— alcoholism. Our bonds give
us strength to recover. We may not even know each other's last name, but we'll ...
|A Book of Quotations Ariel Books Peggy Bresnick. T II here is no stronger bond of |
friendship than a mutual enemy. jfranhfori J no oore how me your friends and I'll
show you your ends. 332.
|Loving friendship was, then, the product of a shared experience, a celebration of |
Christ's devotion to the faithful, and ... love, the means for realizing God's will on
earth.11 New Englanders by no means lived in constant amity with each other, ...
God's “plantations” in the New World must band together “in as strong a bond of
brotherly affection, by the sameness of their condition, as Joab and Abishai were,
whose several armies did mutually strengthen them both against several
|"However, Lord Gelus, we are not instructed to 'have no enemies' — thus, we are |
not instructed to become pacifists who will ... If we are to 'love our enemies' , then
it should be obvious that we must have enemies; and an enemy, Lord Gelus, ... "
And while we're on the subject of love, let me point out that there are two different
Greek words translated as 'love' in the ... meaning a strong bond existing
between persons who share a common interest or activity, as in a virtuous
|He sees no chance for loss to his surety. Thousands of others as favorably |
situated have seen losses occur under their bond greater than they could make
good. Why, then, if one counts another as his friend should he unnecessarily
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