I value the friend who for me finds time on his calendar, but I cherish the friend who for me does not consult his calendar.— Robert Brault
Memorable Valued Friends quotations
Real value isn’t in what you own, drive, wear or live.
The greater value is found in love and life, health and strength, friends and family!
A friend to me has no race, no class and belongs to no minority.
My friendships were formed out of affection, mutual respect and a feeling of having something strong in common. These are eternal values that cannot be racially classified. This is the way I look at race.
Uncertainty is the friend of the buyer of long term values.
Of course my family and friends are incredibly valuable to me.
They keep me sane, they teach me things and I love spending time with them. I think that ranking what you value is a sort of western and linear way of looking at things.
How I measure riches is by the friends I have and the loved ones I have and the people I care about in my life and that is where my values are and those are my riches.
I value the friend who for me finds time on his calendar, but I cherish the friend who for me does not consult his calendar.
It is important to know who your friends are and to stay, remain loyal to your friends, despite what you hear, despite the mistakes that are made in friendships and misunderstandings that commonly occur, to be able to forgive and to move on, you have to be able to remember the values of friendship.
Friendship is a precious gift that can't be bought or sold.
It's value is greater than mountains made of gold. If you shall ask God for a gift be thankful if he sends not diamonds pearls or riches but the love and trust of friends. It is the friends you can call up at 4 a.m. that matter.
Work efficiently during office hours and leave on time.
Give the required time to your family, friends & have proper rest. Value has a value only if its value is valued.
I do my best to look at the bigger picture and not sweat the small stuff.
I make it a point to have alone time. I value that some of life’s best moments happen over a meal with your family or a glass of wine with your friends. And when life seems like a lot to bear, I dance around like a kid until I laugh.
There's nothing I value more than the closeness of friends and family, a smile as I pass someone on the street.
When I take up a book I have read before, I know what to expect;
the satisfaction is not lessened by being anticipated. I shake hands with, and look our old tried and valued friend in the face,--compare notes and chat the hour away.
The vulgar crowd values friends according to their usefulness.
We need to strengthen such inner values as contentment, patience and tolerance, as well as compassion for others. Keeping in mind that it is expressions of affection rather than money and power that attract real friends, compassion is the key to ensuring our own well-being.
Honesty is the quality I value most in a friend. Not bluntness, but honesty with compassion.
Friends that I value most are people who would essentially use physical violence against me at a time when I seem to be teetering on the edge.
The most important things in a painting are Form and Value.
Color comes last - like a friend you welcome.
I have always been very open and honest about this part of my life with my friends, my family, and my colleagues. In a perfect world, I don't think it's anyone else's business, but I do think there is value in standing up and being counted. I’m not an activist, but I am a human being and I don't give that up by being a journalist.
What is it we value? Innovation. Originality. Novelty. But most importantly...timeliness. I fear you may be too late, my confused, unfortunate, friend.
The Master encouraged us to gain friends, that is, to expand our circle of friends through which we can feel more intensive protection in a spirit of cooperation and through intervening values.
Real travel is not about the highlights with which you dazzle your friends once you're home. It's about the loneliness, the solitude, the evenings spent by yourself, pining to be somewhere else. Those are the moments of true value. You feel half proud of them and half ashamed and you hold them to your heart.
Living a connected life ultimately is about setting boundaries, spending less time and energy hustling and winning over people who don't matter, and seeing the value of working on cultivating connection with family and close friends.
Surrendered people enjoy life, relish their personal development, and value their friends. They may have an exceptionally good career and be wealthy, but they are more concerned with meaning and fulfillment. The drive to acquire money and power is a behavior that drains people of their passion and emotional connection to others.
I've never lost a friend over work. I come from a small-town environment and I remember my childhood impressions that, if you were a conniver or a fink or whatever, everybody knew about it and you were a louse for the rest of your life. So I never lost those values in some way.
Peer pressure is not a monolithic force that presses adolescents into the same mold. . . . Adolescents generally choose friend whose values, attitudes, tastes, and families are similar to their own. In short, good kids rarely go bad because of their friends.
Age simply doesn't enter into it! The older the friend, the more he is valued, particularly when he shows so visibly the characteristics that we all look for in friends. You have only to look at a genuine teddy's face to see at once the loyalty, common sense, and above all, dependability behind it.
The sacred sense of beyond, of timelessness, of a world which had an eternal value and the substance of which was divine had been given back to me today by this friend of mine who taught me dancing.
If my life is of no value to my friends it is of none to myself.
Man must be disappointed with the lesser things of life before he can comprehend the full value of the greater.
Even if you forget everything else I want you to always remember that you are a person of value, and you have a friend who loved you enough to give you his most valued possession.
The longer we live the more we think and the higher the value we put on friendship and tenderness towards parents and friends.
He used to say that it was better to have one friend of great value than many friends who were good for nothing.
My life has been centered around sports.
It is where I have met my closest friends and shaped the values that have made me a successful athlete, student and role model for young people.
When I turned 30, I realised the value of time and with it, the other important things in life. Thats when I did up my house, started spending time with my family and friends and did all that a normal girl would do. All these things I was balancing with my work.