Here are 20 famous quotes on friendship inspiration. Some of these quotes are by famous personalities and philosophers and some from the Holy Bible.
“A friend loves at all times.” — The Bible: Proverbs 17, 17.
“One who looks for a friend without faults will have none.” — Hasidic Saying
“What is a friend? A single soul dwelling in two bodies.” — Aristotle
“Remember, the greatest gift is not found in a store nor under a tree, but in the hearts of true friends.” — Cindy Lew
“We got friends to make up for our relatives.” — Anonymous
“A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.” — Walter Winchell
“The best way to destroy an enemy is to make him a friend.” — Abraham Lincoln
“Friends are needed both for joy and for sorrow.” — Samuel Paterson
“Who finds a faithful friend, finds a treasure.” — Jewish Saying
“A faithful friend is the medicine of life.” — Apocrypha
“The best mirror is an old friend.” — George Herbert
“A companion loves some agreeable qualities which a man may possess, but a friend loves the man himself.” — James Boswell (1763)
“Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labor. For if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow: but woe unto him that is alone when he falleth; for he hath not another to help him up.” — The Bible: Ecclesiastes 4:9-10.
“The rain may be falling hard outside, But your smile makes it all alright. I’m so glad that you’re my friend. I know our friendship will never end.” — Robert Alan
“A friend hears the song in my heart and sings it to me when my memory fails.” — Anonymous
“The only way to have a friend is to be one.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
“A friend is one who knows us, but loves us anyway.” — Fr. Jerome Cummings
“Friendship is the golden thread that ties the heart of all the world.” — John Evelyn
“Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow-ripening fruit.” — Aristotle (4th century B.C.)
“Friendship is a strong and habitual inclination in two persons to promote the good and happiness of one another.” — Eustace Budgell (1711)