Friendship Quotes, Sayings for friends - Page 10
Friendship is like a book. It only takes few seconds to burn, but it takes years to write.
If you’ve made the right friends, when they jump off a bridge, jump off with them. There has to be something good at the bottom.
It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.
Why do we need a friend when we have so many relatives around to take care of us?
A wise man said:
Air is everywhere but we still need a fan to feel it.
We may meet different people everyday but there is only few people that we can really share our happiness, sadness, deepest thoughts and secrets. They are the ones that we can really call friends.
A friend is a person who knows what you are saying, even if you’re not talking.
A good friendship is where a silence isn’t awkward.
A true friend is not the one who cries with you but the one who finds a way to make you laugh when you want to cry.
Friends are God’s apology for relatives.
Friends are like money, the more you make, the more problems you have.
Friendship isn’t about who you’ve known the longest, it’s about who came and never left.
A good friend allows you a safe space to share your deepest thoughts and needs without worry of being judged, criticized or made to feel silly for feeling the way you do. Friends cheer each other on, laugh and cry together, and just plain commiserate and listen to each other.
A best friend is when you don’t talk to each other for two weeks and don’t think they are mad at you and know that you two no matter how long you don’t talk to each other that you will still be best friends forever!
I live for the nights that I can’t remember, with the people that I won’t forget.
It is easier to forgive an enemy than a friend.
Friendship, the older it grows, the stronger it is.
You are only as good as your worst friend.
Friends are the family we choose.
Remember your friend was once a stranger.
Talking to an old friend make you realize how much you’ve changed.
Friendship comes with an invisible contract. Expectations to follow the unwritten laws alongside a code of conduct only known by true friends: a responsibility that should be willingly embraced.
A friend is one of the best things you can have and one of the nicest things you can be.
Friendship without trust, it is just like building without any base.
A True Friend Is Someone you are able to rely on through think and thin, someone who is always there to turn to when you need them most. Someone who knows everything from your shoe size colour to your favorite color, someone who walks in when everyone else walks out.
A friend will pick up your pen but a best friend will kick it further away.