Eleanor Roosevelt Quote

There is no more precious experience in life than friendship. And I am not forgetting love and marriage as I write this; the lovers, or the man and wife, who are not friends are but weakly joined together. One enlarges his circle of friends through contact with many people. One who limits those contacts narrows the circle and frequently his own point of view as well.


Book of common sense etiquette (ed. 1962)

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There is no more precious experience in life than friendship. And I am not forgetting love and marriage as I write this; the lovers, or the man and...

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There is no more precious experience in life than friendship. And I am not forgetting love and marriage as I write this; the lovers, or the man and...

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There is no more precious experience in life than friendship. And I am not forgetting love and marriage as I write this; the lovers, or the man and...

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There is no more precious experience in life than friendship. And I am not forgetting love and marriage as I write this; the lovers, or the man and...