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1. "While friendship has been by far the chief source of my happiness, acquaintance or general society has always meant little to me, and I cannot quite understand why a man should wish to know more people than he can make real friends of."
Author: C.S. Lewis
2. "The truth is I'm in a place without a bright side or a one best thing. I'm in a place where, honest to God, you feel you can kill your friends just by asking the names of stars."
Author: David James Duncan
3. "I didn't have that many friends my first few years of high school. It was very cliquey and I'm super shy, so it was hard to make friends."
Author: Dylan O'Brien
4. "When you become best friends with someone, you don't think you will ever be separated, yet when you did separate, you found a way to bounce back later in your life"
Author: Julia Gasperi
5. "My friends call me Keith, but you can call me John."
Author: Keith Moon
6. "Absence is a curious thing. When friends are absent they seem to loom ever larger, till the lack of them is all one can feel."
Author: Libba Bray
7. "Sleep is a prison for a boy who has friends to meet."
Author: Michael Ondaatje
8. "The person at the other end of the phone said something. Mr. Croup cringed."Oh. Yes, sir. Yes, indeed. And might I say how your telephonic confabulation brightens up and cheers our otherwise dreary and uneventful day?"
Author: Neil Gaiman
9. "Old friends become bitter enemies on a sudden for toys and small offenses."
Author: Robert Burton

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In our culture privacy is often confused with secrecy. Open, honest, truth-telling individuals value privacy. We all need spaces where we can be alone with thoughts and feelings - where we can experience healthy psychological autonomy and can choose to share when we want to. Keeping secrets is usually about power, about hiding and concealing information."
Author: Bell Hooks

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