The number one predictor of personal happiness is not money, prestige, success or accolades, but rather the time we spend in the flow of affection among our friends. Unfortunately, it often takes a loss, an illness, a disappointment or some tragedy to remind us of the value of our friends. In spite of our very busy lives, we should try not to delay our appreciation of the joy good friends bring into our lives.
Friends come into our lives through various channels and for one reason or another; they can be family, colleagues or neighbors. At the outset we choose from among them, those we single out for qualities that we most admire. It does not take long to sense a relationship which feels as if we have kno...
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