True Friends

Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, asks this question in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 339): "Hast thou a friend, and forgettest to be grateful?"

Anyone who has known the warmth, the compassion, the forgiveness, the understanding love, the strength, the wisdom, the joyful companionship, of a friend can hardly fail to be appreciative of such a priceless gift, if he has the least sense of gratitude for good. The qualities of patience, unselfishness, helpfulness, tenderness, forgiveness, and compassion that constitute true friendship are qualities derived from divine Love.

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