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  • Celui qui n'est plus ton ami ne l'a jamais été. - Aristote
  • « C'est dans l'adversité que se révèlent les vrais amis. » - Cicéron
  • "Chacun se dit ami ; mais fol qui s'y repose. Rien n'est plus commun que ce nom ; Rien n'est plus rare que la chose." - La Fontaine
  • « La distinction spécifique du politique, à laquelle peuvent se ramener les actes et les mobiles politiques, c'est la discrimination de l'ami et de l'ennemi. » -Carl Schmitt, La notion de politique.
  • "La moitié d'un ami, c'est la moitié d'un traitre" - Victor Hugo
  • Les personnes faibles ne peuvent être sincères. - La Rochefoucauld
  • “Peu d’amitiés subsisteraient, si chacun savait ce que son ami dit de lui lorsqu’il n’y est pas.” - Blaise Pascal
  • Si j’avais à choisir entre trahir mon pays et trahir mon ami, j’espère que j’aurais les tripes de trahir mon pays. — Edward Morgan Forster


  • "A friend to all is a friend to none" - Aristote
  • A home-made friend wears longer than one you buy in the market. - A.O Malley
  • "For we admit that one should love one's best friend most; but the best friend is he that, when he wishes a person's good, wishes it for that person's own sake, even though nobody will ever know of it. Now this condition is most fully realized in a man's regard for himself, as indeed are all the other attributes that make up the definition of a friend; for it has been said already that all the feelings that constitute friendship for others are an extension of regard for self. Moreover, all the proverbs agree with this; for example, ‘Friends have one soul between them,’ ‘Friends' goods are common property,’ ‘Amity is equality,’ ‘The knee is nearer than the shin.’ All of these sayings will apply most fully to oneself; for a man is his own best friend. Therefore he ought to love himself most." - Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, 1168b1
  • Go often to the house of thy friend; for weeds soon choke up the unused path ~ Scandinavian Proverb
  • “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” - Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • "It is only the great hearted who can be true friends. The mean and cowardly, Can never know what true friendship means." - Charles Kingsley
  • I shall choose friends among men, but neither slaves nor masters. - A Rand
  • Newspapers should have no friends ~ Joseph Pulitzer
  • "Preparation is not the enemy of success, but a dear friend." ~ Samuel Cunningham
  • Real friendship isn't about being there when it's convenient; it's about being there when it's not. - Unknown
  • The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best. ~ Epictetus


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