Feb. 2 – Daily Reflection

February 2, 2013

If you have one true friend you have more than your share.
– Thomas Fuller, English clergyman & historian

The value of friendship

We all have a handful of acquaintances–those people with whom we work or see at the store and casually say hello to and move on. But a friend is someone you confide in, bring over for an afternoon cup of coffee, invite to your wedding, or cry with when a loved one passes away. You just feel a sense of safety with a friend. Don’t wait until a rainy day to express how much a good friend means to you. Often we are unaware of how much we mean to others until they speak up, and likewise we never know how much another person might truly need to hear such affirmations. An approving, cheerful word of encouragement can thrill a heart. Be sure to always say kind words before you part, show sympathy during hard times and affection during wonderful ones. Life would not be the same without positive friendships. Express your gratitude to someone today who has made a difference in your world!


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Published: February 2, 2013, 14:25 | 2 Comments on

Feb. 2 – Daily Reflection

Category: Daily Reflections

2 responses to “
Feb. 2 – Daily Reflection

  1. Neil Waters says:

    Nice Post, people should be more Thankfull to others, people should say it more ‘Thank you’

    Thank you Randy

  2. Another Gem Randy
    Keep em’ comin
    I’m calling my BFF now LOL 🙂

    All The Best

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