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Giving And Receiving Friends Quotes By The Miz

I don't like giving or receiving gifts because I don't like that initial reaction. Although I do enjoy the love and the family aspect of Christmas, and I love eating with my family and friends and reconnecting with them. — The Miz

Giving And Receiving Friends Quotes By Alexander McCall Smith

Gracious acceptance is an art - an art which most never bother to cultivate. We think that we have to learn how to give, but we forget about accepting things, which can be much harder than giving ... Accepting another person's gift is allowing him to express his feelings for you. — Alexander McCall Smith

Giving And Receiving Friends Quotes By Kate M. Taylor

Even with friends, I had difficulty giving or receiving physical affection, although I secretly craved it. — Kate M. Taylor

Giving And Receiving Friends Quotes By Philibert Joseph Roux

Have friends, not for the sake of receiving, but of giving. — Philibert Joseph Roux

Giving And Receiving Friends Quotes By Sallust

The Romans assisted their allies and friends, and acquired friendships by giving rather than receiving kindness.
[Lat., Sociis atque amicis auxilia portabant Romani, magisque dandis quam accipiundis beneficiis amicitias parabant.] — Sallust

Giving And Receiving Friends Quotes By Nicholas Sparks

My wife, my family, my friends - they've all taught me things about love and what that emotion really means. In a nutshell, loving someone is about giving, not receiving. — Nicholas Sparks

Giving And Receiving Friends Quotes By Margaret Neylon

Hanael, the Angel of December, will help us enjoy the balance of giving and receiving in many different ways: working and relaxing, giving our support to others and allowing ourselves to receive it in our own lives, having run with friends and having a quiet time alone to replenish our energy. — Margaret Neylon