Wednesday, 14 December 2016


'A friendship that calls for reverence is a relationship in which the friend is valued as irreplaceable, as one for whom, within one's circle of affection, there could be no double. In the most significant kind of friendship, we value our friends for their own sake, not just as pleasant company or as social assets.' 
Caroline Simon in Dan Brennan, Sacred Unions, Sacred Passions, p.81.