Henry David Thoreau Quote

Of what use the friendliest disposition even, if there are no hours given to Friendship, if it is forever postponed to unimportant duties and relations? Friendship first, Friendship last.


A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers. By Henry D. Thoreau (ed. 1862)

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Of what use the friendliest disposition even, if there are no hours given to Friendship, if it is forever postponed to unimportant duties and...

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Of what use the friendliest disposition even, if there are no hours given to Friendship, if it is forever postponed to unimportant duties and...

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Of what use the friendliest disposition even, if there are no hours given to Friendship, if it is forever postponed to unimportant duties and...

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Of what use the friendliest disposition even, if there are no hours given to Friendship, if it is forever postponed to unimportant duties and...