• There can be no Friendship where there is no Freedom. Friendship loves a free Air, and will not be penned up in straight and narrow Enclosures. It will speak freely, and act so too; and take nothing ill where no ill is meant; nay, where it is, 'twill easily forgive, and forget too, upon small Acknowledgments.

    "Some Fruits of Solitude In Reflections And Maxims". Book by William Penn. Part 1: "Friendship", 1682.
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