9 Great Literary Quotes That Reveal The Beauty Of Friendship

by Books | Our Favorite Catholic Books To Read, Faith & Life, Love and Relationships, Self-Knowledge

Friendship, especially in our busy modern age, can be overlooked as a nice addition to life, but not necessarily as an important priority.

But friendships are important. They are how we learn to choose to love, share, and give. They are how we learn to accept love ourselves. They show us that none of us can live life self-sufficient. They show us that life is better shared. Literature is especially good at revealing this to us, and so we’re sharing 9 quotes from some of our favorite books that show the beauty of friendship.

What one stands out most to you and why? Let us know in the comments below!

9 Quotes On Friendship From Our Favorite Books

friendship E.B. White, Charlotte's Web

friendship Frodo Tolkien

friendship C.S. Lewis

friendship Tolkien

friendship Jane Austen

friendship Winnie the Pooh

friendship Bradbury

friendship Aristotle

friendship exupery

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