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Friendship can also be a school of virtue, making good men better and bad men worse.

It can lead to the exclusion of others, creating a sense of pride and exclusiveness within the circle of Friends.

However, when approached with humility and a genuine appreciation for the unique qualities of each individual, Friendship can lead to a deep and robust form of Appreciative love.


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"The Four Loves" by C.S. Lewis explores the nature of love, including the love between parents and children, love between friends, romantic love, and the love of God. It delves into the complexities, challenges, and rewards of different types of love, offering insights and reflections on the subject

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