“We do not know how much we owe to our true and pure friends—how much they add to our joy, what they do toward the formation and the adornment and enrichment of our character. We know not what touches, delicate and beautiful, on the canvas of our soul there will be forever—which the fingers of a friend have left there. There will be a silver thread in every life-web when finished, woven into the fabric by the pure friendship of many days. How important that only the true, the worthy, those with clean hands and good lives—be taken as friends! For an evil companionship will put stained and soiled threads into the web.” Miller (source)
I took these beautiful pictures at our friends’ home who live far away from us; their friendship has been a treasure to us; they are the kind of people who are worthy to be taken as friends!
Soli Deo Gloria.