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  • There are friends who point the way to ruin, others are closer than a brother. (Proverbs 18, 24)

  • Wealth multiplies friends, but the one friend the poor has is taken away. (Proverbs 19, 4)

  • The poor man's brothers hate him, every one; his friends -- how much the more do these desert him! He goes in search of words, but there are none to be had. (Proverbs 19, 7)

  • Do not make friends with one who gives way to anger, make no one quick-tempered a companion of yours, (Proverbs 22, 24)

  • for suddenly disaster will loom for them, and who knows what ruin will seize them and their friends? (Proverbs 24, 22)

  • LOVER: I come into my garden, my sister, my promised bride, I pick my myrrh and balsam, I eat my honey and my honeycomb, I drink my wine and my milk. POET: Eat, friends, and drink, drink deep, my dearest friends. (Song of Solomon 5, 1)

  • Although she is alone, she can do everything; herself unchanging, she renews the world, and, generation after generation, passing into holy souls, she makes them into God's friends and prophets; (Wisdom of Solomon 7, 27)

  • A kindly turn of speech attracts new friends, a courteous tongue invites many a friendly response. (Ecclesiasticus 6, 5)

  • Keep well clear of your enemies, and be wary of your friends. (Ecclesiasticus 6, 13)

  • Whoever fears the Lord makes true friends, for as a person is, so is his friend too. (Ecclesiasticus 6, 17)

  • When the rich stumbles he is supported by friends; when the poor falls, his friends push him away. (Ecclesiasticus 13, 21)

  • The fool will say, 'I have no friends, I get no gratitude for my good deeds; (Ecclesiasticus 20, 16)

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