Bet­ter to­gether

Activated - - Points to Ponder -

Two peo­ple are bet­ter off than one, for they can help each other suc­ceed. If one per­son falls, the other can reach out and help. — Ec­cle­si­astes 4:9–10 NLT

Ser­vants don’t know what their mas­ter is do­ing, and so I don’t speak to you as my ser­vants. I speak to you as my friends, and I have told you ev­ery­thing that my Fa­ther has told me.— John 15:15 CEV

No one can whis­tle a sym­phony. It takes an orches­tra to play it. — Hal­ford Luc­cock (1885–1961)

A friend may well be reck­oned the mas­ter­piece of na­ture.— Ralph Waldo Emer­son (1803–1882)

If I could solve all the prob­lems my­self, I would.— Thomas Edi­son (1847–1931), when asked why he had a team of twenty-one as­sis­tants

Mem­o­ries last for­ever, never do they die. Friends stick to­gether and never re­ally say good­bye. — Un­known

Walk­ing with a friend in the dark is bet­ter than walk­ing alone in the light.— He­len Keller (1880–1968)

Com­ing to­gether is a be­gin­ning. Keep­ing to­gether is progress. Work­ing to­gether is suc­cess. — Henry Ford (1863–1947)

No mem­ber of a crew is praised for the rugged in­di­vid­u­al­ity of his row­ing.— Ralph Waldo Emer­son

Friend­ship re­quires great com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween friends. Oth­er­wise, it can nei­ther be born nor ex­ist. —Saint Fran­cis de Sales (1567–1622)

The most beautiful dis­cov­ery that true friends make is that they can grow separately with­out grow­ing apart.— Elisabeth Fo­ley

Oh, the com­fort, the in­ex­press­ible com­fort of feel­ing safe with a per­son; hav­ing nei­ther to weigh thoughts nor mea­sure words, but to pour them all out, just as they are, chaff and grain to­gether, know­ing that a faith­ful hand will take and sift them, keep what is worth keep­ing, and then, with a breath of kind­ness, blow the rest away.— Di­nah Mu­lock Craik (1826–1887)

No love, no friend­ship can cross the path of our destiny with­out leav­ing some mark on it for­ever.— François Mau­riac (1885–1970)

No lapse of time or dis­tance of place can lessen the friend­ship of those who are truly per­suaded of each other’s worth.— Au­thor un­known

Friend­ship: To be a strong hand in the dark to an­other in the time of need.— Hugh Black (1868–1953)

With ev­ery friend I love who has been taken into the brown bo­som of the earth, a part of me has been buried there; but their con­tri­bu­tion to my be­ing of hap­pi­ness, strength and un­der­stand­ing re­mains to sus­tain me in an al­tered world. —He­len Keller

What brings joy to the heart is not so much the friend’s gift as the friend’s love.— Saint Aelred (1110–1167)

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