A Nest of Love and Gentleness

“To make conversation, to share a joke, to perform mutual acts of kindness, to read together well-written books,  to share in trifling and in serious matters, to disagree without animosity- just as a person debates with himself- and in the very rarity of disagreement to find the salt of normal harmony, to teach each other something or to learn from one another, to long with impatience for those absent, to welcome them with gladness on their arrival.” (Augustine, AD 354- 430)

This is true friendship in the most practical terms.

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