Making Time

“Remember when we were kids?  The hours spent with friends were too numerous to count.  But contemporary life as adults, with its tight schedules and crowded appointment books, has forced most friendships into something requiring a good deal of intentionality and pursuit just to keep it going.  Let’s be honest.  Making time for friends means sacrifice.  But this sacrifice is the only thing that will counterattack the urgency of life and create a space for one of the things that matter most in this life: friends.”

— Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott, A Good Friend, pp.24, 25

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