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"The superiority of chocolate, both for health and nourishment will soon give it preference over many delightful gifts to be shared."  Thomas Jefferson  "I prefer the delightful conversation of a friend to any kind of entertainment."
David Hume
 "A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk, along the briny beach."
Lewis Carroll
 "A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk, along the briny beach."
Lewis Carroll
 "Friends are flowers that never fade away."  Unknown
         
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"We love those who know the worst of us and don't turn their faces away."
Walker Percy
 "You are as welcome as the flowers in May."
James Howell
 "I want someone to laugh with, someone to help my discrimination of a remark, and most certainly, to admire my acuteness and penetration."
Robert Burns
 "After supper, Melville and I had a talk about time and eternity, things of this world and the next, and books, naturally..." Hawthorne  "It takes a long time to grow an old friend."
John Leonard
         
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"Two lovely buds on one stem; so, with two friends; one heart."  Shakespeare  "Bear ye one another's burdens."  Galatians 6:2  "A true friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be going down."  Arnold Glascow  "You are as welcome as the flowers in May."
James Howell
 "Nothing so becomes a man as modest stillness, humility and peace."  Shakespeare
         
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"May the Lord make His face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee."  Numbers 6:24   "You are as welcome as the flowers in May."
James Howell
 "You are as welcome as the flowers in May."
James Howell
 "Friends are the flowers that never fade away."  Unknown  "Let us be grateful to our friends, the charming gardeners, who make our souls blossom."
Marcel Proust
         
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 "Friends are the flowers that never fade away."  Unknown  "Kind words are like an angel's song, drawing men's hearts nearer to heaven."  Edward Faber  "Friendship is a gift of Heaven."  Voltaire  "Friends share all things."  Pythagoras  "It takes a long time to grow an old friend."
John Leonard
         
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"Haply I think on thee."  Shakespeare  "My friend is an unfortunate lunatic whose personal inoffensiveness secures him from confinement."  London Examiner  "They would talk of nothing but the high life and upscale company, with other fashionable topics such as Shakespeare and classical symphonies."  Oliver Goldsmith "Friends share all things."  Pythagoras  "Friends share all things."  Pythagoras
         
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"We love those who know the worst of us and don't turn their faces away."
Walker Percy
 "Let there be spaces in our togetherness, let the winds of heavens dance between us."  Kahlil Gibran  "A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk, along the briny beach."
Lewis Carroll
 "A friend, as it were, a second self."  Cicero  "Friendship is a gift of Heaven."  Voltaire
         
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"Laughter tinkled among the teacups."  T.S. Eliot  "They would talk of nothing but the high life and upscale company, with other fashionable topics such as Shakespeare and classical symphonies."  Oliver Goldsmith  "A single conversation with a wise friend is better than ten years' study of books."  Longfellow  "I want someone to laugh with, someone to help my discrimination of a remark, and most certainly, to admire my acuteness and penetration."
Robert Burns
 "Let there be spaces in our togetherness, let the winds of heavens dance between us."  Kahlil Gibran
         
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 "Friendship is a gift of Heaven."  Voltaire  "It takes a long time to grow an old friend."
John Leonard
"Let there be spaces in our togetherness, let the winds of heavens dance between us."  Kahlil Gibran  "Gullfriends"  "Grant stood by me when I was crazy, I stood by him when he was drunk and now we stand by each other, in love."  General William Tecumseh Sherman
         
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"Delectable and pleasant conversation, whose property is to offer a kindly delight and sometimes, not without laughter..."
Ben Johnson
 "My friend is an unfortunate lunatic whose personal inoffensiveness secures him from confinement."  London Examiner  "Nothing so becomes a man as modest stillness, humility and peace."  Shakespeare  "Let us be grateful to our friends, the charming gardeners, who make our souls blossom."
Marcel Proust
 "It takes a long time to grow an old friend."
John Leonard
         
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"May the Lord make  His face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee."  Numbers 6:24  "I can only hope to touch someone's life as you have mine."  "Let us be grateful to our friends, the charming gardeners, who make our souls blossom."
Marcel Proust
 "Let us enjoy the complacencies of the peignoir and late coffee in a sunny window."
Wallace Stevens
 "Friends share all things."  Pythagoras
         
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"Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber "Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber  "Let me hear from thee, whereso'er thou art in this world's globe, or I'll send an iris that shall find thee out."  Shakespeare  "Nothing so becomes a man as modest stillness, humility and peace."
Shakespeare
 "Bear ye one another's burdens."  Galatians 6:2
         
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 "Nothing so becomes a man as modest stillness, humility and peace."
Shakespeare
 "Once in a while one meets a single soul, greater than all the living pageant which had passed before it."  Oliver Wendell Holmes  "The serene silent beauty of a holy life is the most powerful influence in the world."  Pascal  "The serene silent beauty of a holy life is the most powerful influence in the world."  Pascal "May the Lord make  His face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee."  Numbers 6:24
         
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 "Grant stood by me when I was crazy, I stood by him when he was drunk and now we stand by each other, in love."  General William Tecumseh Sherman  "On an artist's palette, the pigment of love provides the singular meaning of life."  Marc Chagall "Delectable and pleasant conversation, whose property is to offer a kindly delight and sometimes, not without laughter..."
Ben Johnson
 Haply I think on thee."  Shakespeare  "As friend, as it were, a second self."  Cicero
         
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"Family are the friends we choose for ourselves."
Edna Buchanan
 "We love those who know the worst of us and don't turn their faces away."  Walker Percy  "Look at us," said the violets, blooming at her feet.  "Here we are to comfort you."
Edward Payson
 "Ever the best of friends!"  Charles Dickens  "You are as welcome as the flowers in May."
 James Howell
         
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 "Let us enjoy the complacencies of the peignoir and late coffee in a sunny window."
Wallace Stevens
 "The bee is more honored than other creatures because she labors for others."  St. John Chrysostom  "Friends are flowers that never fade away."  Unknown  "May the Lord make His face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee."  Numbers 6:24  "Haply I think on thee."  Shakespeare
         
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 "My friend is an unfortunate lunatic whose personal inoffensiveness secures him from confinement."  London Examiner  "Let us enjoy the complacencies of the peignoir and late coffee in a sunny window."
Wallace Stevens
 "Haply I think on thee."  Shakespeare  "Ever the best of friends!"  Charles Dickens  "Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber
         
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"Won't you come into my garden?  I would like my roses to see you."
Henniker Heaton
 "The serene silent beauty of a holy life is the most powerful influence in the world."  Pascal "Won't you come into my garden?  I would like my roses to see you."
Henniker Heaton
 "They would talk of nothing but the high life and upscale company, with other fashionable topics such as Shakespeare and classical symphonies."  Oliver Goldsmith  "I prefer the delightful conversation of a friend to any kind of entertainment."  David Hume
         
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"Friends share all things."  Pythagoras  "Bear ye one another's burden."  Galatians 6:2 "Friends share all things."  Pythagoras  "Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber  "A true friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be going down."  Arnold Glasow
         
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 "A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk, along the briny beach."
Lewis Carroll
 "I can only hope to touch someone's life as you have mine."  "Ever the best of friends!"  Dickens  "It takes a long time to grow an old friend."
John Leonard
 "I can only hope to touch someone's life as you have mine."
         
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 "Getting married is easy, staying married is more difficult; staying happily married for a lifetime should rank among the fine arts."  Roberta Flack  "Ever the best of friends!"  Dickens  "To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best night and day to make you everybody else; it means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight and never stop fighting."
e.e. cummings
 "A friend, as it were, a second self."  Cicero  "It takes a long time to grow an old friend."
John Leonard
         
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 "My friend is an unfortunate lunatic whose personal inoffensiveness secures him from confinement."  London Examiner  "Grant stood by me when I was crazy, I stood by him when he was drunk and now we stand by each other, in love."
General W.T. Sherman
 "Friendship is a gift of Heaven."  Voltaire "Ever the best of friends!"  Dickens  "Friends are flowers that never fade away."  Unknown
         
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 "Friendship is a gift of Heaven."  Voltaire "As much of heaven is visible as we have eyes to see."
William Winter
"Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the inner blossoms of the soul."  Jean Paul Richter  "Friendship is a gift of Heaven."  Voltaire  "It takes a long time to grow an old friend."
John Leonard
         
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 "Friends are flowers that never fade away."  Unknown "To be patient, sympathetic and tender; to look for the budding flower and the opening heart; to hope always and love always..." H.F. Amiel "The superiority of chocolate, both for health and nourishment will soon give it preference over many delightful gifts to be shared."  Thomas Jefferson "We dare not solely trust our wit for making our house attractive and pleasant for our friends, so we serve fine coffees."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"We dare not solely trust our wit for making our house attractive and pleasant for our friends, so we serve fine coffees."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
         
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"I'd have introduced you to Mrs. Langtry and Lady Lonssdale as well as a lot of other clever beings who were at tea with me."
Oscar Wilde
"There is nothing better than a friend, unless it is a friend with chocolate."
Charles Dickens

 

 "Love is the best sweetener
of tea..."
Henry Fielding
"Thank God for tea! How did the world exist before?  I am glad I was not born before tea!"  Sydney Smith

 

"Always serve too much hot fudge sauce on hot fudge sundaes.  It makes people feel overjoyed."
Judith Olney
         
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"Women are ethereal beings subsisting entirely upon chocolate marshmallow nut sundaes and cantaloupe."
Ogden Nash
"Chocolate will revive you if you have not slept...but you have no chocolate!  My dear, how ever will you manage?"
Marquis de Sevigne
"A profusion of pink roses bending toward the sun speaks to me of all love and gentleness."
William Carlos Williams
 "To have known one good man helps our faith in God more than many sermons."  G.W. Curtis  "The serene silent beauty of a holy life is the most powerful influence in the world."  Pascal
         
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 "I can only hope to touch someone's life as you have mine." "Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber "Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber "Joy is the blooming of God's life within us."  Shackerley Marmion "For thee, the wonderworking earth puts forth sweet flowers."
Titus Lucretius
         
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"Wishing you peace, harmony, joy and balance."        
         
         

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