Friendship

Hugh BLACK (1868 - 1953)

The idea, so common in the ancient writers, is not all a poetic conceit, that the soul of a man is only a fragment of a larger whole, and goes out in search of other souls in which it will find its true completion. We walk among worlds unrealized, until we have learned the secret of love. We know this, and in our sincerest moments admit this, even though we are seeking to fill up our lives with other ambitions and other hopes. In spite of the vulgar materialism of our day, we do feel that the spiritual side of life is the most important, and brings the only true joy. And friendship in its essence is spiritual. It is the free, spontaneous outflow of the heart, and is a gift from the great Giver. (Hugh Black)

Genre(s): Christianity - Other

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Miracle of Friendship MaryAnn
00:22:13
Play 02 The Culture of Friendship MaryAnn
00:22:05
Play 03 The Fruits of Friendship MaryAnn
00:26:38
Play 04 The Choice of Friendship MaryAnn
00:21:50
Play 05 The Eclipse of Friendship MaryAnn
00:25:10
Play 06 The Wreck of Friendship MaryAnn
00:24:39
Play 07 The Renewing of Friendship MaryAnn
00:23:20
Play 08 The Limits of Friendship MaryAnn
00:22:23
Play 09 The Higher Friendship MaryAnn
00:24:09