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Who is the laziest man on earth? The man too lazy to make friends; but even lazier [is] the man who made friends and lost them.
Your own life must be considered before your friend's.
When fortune favors you,
you will find every man your faithful friend.
Interrupt not the speech of your friend before he finish!
Who wishes to be friendly with people
should cling to good manners.
Who depends on eating at his friend's table will go hungry.
Who can ask for mercy for his friend, and does not,
is a sinner.
If you do not pity your friend,
nobody will pity you.
Two dogs were bad friends. One day the wolf attacked one of them. Quoth the other: 'If I do not help him today, the wolf will destroy him and tomorrow attack me.' So they joined forces and killed the wolf.
A rich man has many friends.
I have lost a dear friend. Did he die?
No, he became rich.
Let your friends be many
but your confidant only one in a thousand!
Who tells a secret will forfeit trust,
and find no true friend.
Who keeps a secret is a bosom friend.
Tell not your secret to your friend,
for sometimes a friend turns into a foe!
Who tells his friend's secret sheds blood.
If your own heart is too narrow to hold your secret,
your friend's is narrower still.
Who shames his friend in public
has no share in the world to come.
Who shames his friend in public is as one that sheds blood.
Who visits a sick friend lessens his pain a little.
Those who have wept and laughed together
are no longer strangers.
Gentle speech multiplies friends.
A man that calls his friend wicked is as his persecutor.
Who bears false witness against his friend deserves to be thrown to the wolves.
A woman suffers more from the jealousy of a friend than from the prick of a thorn.