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Friends

Module by: Kenneth Leroy Busbee. E-mail the author

Summary: Fortune cookies about friends.

  • Your wealth is where your friends are.
  • A friend is a present you give yourself.
  • Seek friendship and you will find it.
  • A cheerful message from a good friend is on its way to you.
  • If you want people to like you, like yourself first.
  • You will become better acquainted with a coworker.
  • A tall stranger will soon enter your life.
  • If you continually give, you will continually have.
  • A good friendship is often more important than a passionate romance.
  • You will win favors when you expand your social circle.
  • The only rose without a thorn is friendship.
  • Ask a friend to join you on your next voyage.
  • The only way to have a friend is to be one.
  • A friend in need is a friend indeed.
  • Your life will be full of true friendships.
  • You have a friendly heart and are well admired.
  • It is time to help a friend in need.
  • Compromise in a dispute between friends is rarely regretted.
  • A good evening is one spent in good company.
  • Getting together with old friends brings new adventures.
  • Wise man is slow in choosing friends. Slower in changing.
  • Not just live and let live… but live and HELP live.
  • A phone call to a good friend will ease your mind and lift your spirits.
  • You will be reunited with old friends.
  • The truth is always bearable when told with compassion.
  • Somebody hopes you aren’t in trouble.
  • Work on your diplomatic skills and avoid conflict at all costs.
  • Good manners and soft words have brought many a difficult thing to pass.
  • The best way to keep our friends is to never owe them anything, and never lend them anything.
  • A real friend asks to spend time with you, not money.
  • There is nothing better than the encouragement of a good friend.
  • A lifetime friend shall soon be made.
  • One old friend is better than two new ones.
  • You are a true friend.
  • A quiet evening with friends is the best tonic for a long day.
  • They will be grateful that you called.
  • Don’t let a little dispute injure a great friendship.
  • Buy a small gift for someone who did something thoughtful for you.
  • You have a friendly heart and are well admired.
  • Treat others as you would like to be treated.
  • Everybody feels lucky for having you as a friend.
  • A friend asks only for your time not your money.
  • You will be called upon to help a friend in trouble.
  • Participate in a neighborhood event.
  • Good friends are good for your health.
  • Spend your life lifting people up.

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