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|33 The Book of Ancient Wisdom It is a good thing to be rich, it is a good thing to |
be strong, but it is a better thing to be beloved of many friends. EURIPIDES ...
ARISTOTLE To like and dislike the same things, this is what makes a solid
|Rogers, Will Friendship with oneself is all-important, because without it one |
cannot be friends with anyone else in the world. - Roosevelt, Eleanor ... Ruskin,
John To like and dislike the same things, this is what makes a solid friendship. -
|... habit, because you don't want to be lonely, because you're avoiding conflictó|
many of the same reasons people stay in bad relationships. But holding on to an
unhealthy relationship just because you've known the person forever is the same
mistake that people make when they stuff their ... I keep few but solid friendships.
|It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages. ... |
We enjoy most of the same things. ... It's Friendship 101: in order to build and
maintain a solid friendship you must (a) spend time together, and (b) do things
|Told in alternating voices from two YA superstars, this collaborative novel features a double helping of the heart and humor that have won them both legions of fans.|
|Even if you follow our four basic rules that are intended to help you keep your |
friendships solid, in life you still ... We hate when friends make us feel guilty that
we haven't spoken to them in a while. ... is the kind way to back away from a
friendship once you discover there are things about this person that you no
|What makes a true friend? ... The things to look for are when people are using |
you and acting like it's perfectly fine. ... culture, and a new language, it is
surprising and extraordinary that the Westerner is able to establish a solid
friendship with anyone in Japan. ... As with dating anyone of the opposite gender
there are commonalities to playing the dating game (for information about same
sex relationships ...
|LOVE. LOVER. same family ; it springs out of their natural relationship, and is |
kept alire by their close intercourse and constant ... the learned and the
unlearned : friendship is of nobler growth ; it finds admittance only into minds of a
loftier make : it ... of the thing ceases, and transfer itself to other objects :
friendship, on the other hand, is slow and caution in choosing, and ... like : but
friendship is supported by nothing artificial ; it depends upon reciprocity of
esteem, which nothing but solid ...
|Now that we have unearthed all these extraneous props that turn out to undergird |
most friendship in Aristotle's analysis, ... Friendship is important for Aristotle for
much the same reason that virtue and philosophy are: Each in a different way is a
... are naturally directed to any specific fulfillment, they regard friendship, like
philosophy, as a matter of individual taste, ... and make them think; Aristotle,
addressing himself especially to statesmen and educators, focuses on the things
of solid ...
|I would be happier alone, and being really good to myself, you know like being |
that whole innate feeling thing? Just being really solid with yourself, than being in
a friendship that brings me down and makes me feel bad. Participants reported ...