"Quote about losing a friend
""We call that person who has lost his father, an orphan, and a widower that man who has lost his wife. But that man who has known the immense unhappiness of losing a friend, by what name do we call him? Here every language is silent and holds its peace in impotence.""
Friends are lost by calling often and calling seldom.
Give, and you may keep your friend it you lose your money, lend, and the chances are that you lose your friend if ever you get back your money.
Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton
Every human being must find his own way to cope with severe loss, and the only job of a true friend is to facilitate whatever method he chooses.
You can gain a friend in a year but lose a friend in a minute.
Friends are made by many acts and lost by only one.
By: Author Unknown
By: Erica Jong
By: David Pratt
A true friend is the greatest of all blessings, and that which we take the least care to acquire.
In a bad marriage, friends are the invisible glue. If we have enough friends, we may go on for years, intending to leave, talking about leaving - instead of actually getting up and leaving.
Birthdays are good for you. Statistics show that the people who have the most live the longest.
True friends are those who really know you but love you anyway.
Lionel Richie, love song, OK, thank you very much, good-bye. And all of a sudden I realized that, in my career, what has made my career has always been the surprises.
By: Robert Nigh
By: Jean-Paul Sartre
By: Karen Allen
By: Edna Buchanan
By: La Rochefoucauld
A song is a moment, a friend is a time, a best friend is a lifetime.
I'm lost in the middle of my birthday. I want my friends, their touch, with the earth's last love. I will take life's final offering, I will take the last human blessing.
When a friendship is ending, if we could simply feel our feelings and move on, we would hurt less.
That's the point of a jam, ... It feels good to do it, to just lay around, smoke out, talk to your friends and have things keep moving.
On the death of a friend, we should consider that the fates through confidence have devolved on us the task of a double living, that we have henceforth to fulfill the promise of our friend's life also, in our own, to the world.
Henry David Thoreau