By Nature tuned;
And constant disposition of his thoughts
To sympathy with men, he was alive
To all that was enjoyed where’er he went,
And all that was endured.
BE admonished not to strike leagues of friendship with cheap persons where no friendship can be.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
THAT friendship where men’s affections are cemented by an equal love of goodness, neither hope nor fear, nor any private interest can ever dissolve it, but we carry it with us to our graves, and lay down our lives for it with satisfaction.
Lucius A. Seneca
A FAITHFUL friend is the medicine of life.