We seldom find any person of good sense, except those who share our opinions.
We often are consoled by our want of reason for misfortunes that reason could not have comforted.
Our aversion to lying is commonly a secret ambition to make what we say considerable, and have every word received with a religious respect.
The better part of one's life consists of his friendships. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, letter to Joseph Gillespie, July 13, 1849 Friendship is insipid to those who have experienced love.
Listening well and answering well is one of the greatest perfections that can be obtained in conversation.