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Please find below a curated list of 471 of The Best Family And Friends Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Family And Friends Quotes that resonate.
We all need support and friendship, regardless of circumstances. But where do people turn when friends and family are simply no longer there, or can’t help us through a difficult time, or need all our care and attention and can’t give us any in return? Thank goodness for befriending projects, who help fill the empty spaces where care, support and a listening ear need to be.
On this Thanksgiving, as we spend time with our family and friends, let’s all reflect on what we’re thankful for in our own lives. And let’s remember those who cannot be with their loved ones because they’re serving overseas. But let’s also do our part to help those who have no place to go for a meal. I encourage all Americans to do what they can to help those in need-because the best way to show our gratitude for what we have is by doing our part for those who have less.
I’ve said about a million times that the best thing a young photographer can do is to stay close to home. Start with your friends and family, the people who will put up with you. Discover what it means to be close to your work, to be intimate with a subject. Measure the difference between that and working with someone you don’t know as much about. Of course there are many good photographs that have nothing to do with staying close to home, and I guess what I’m really saying is that you should take pictures of something that has meaning for you
It is a difficult lesson to learn today-to leave one’s friends and family and deliberately practice the art of solitude for an hour or a day or a week. And yet, once it is done, I find there is a quality to being alone that is incredibly precious. Life rushes back into the void, richer, more vivid, fuller than before.
I think what everyone can do is start creating spaces and forums, talk to peers, friends and family, and start deconstructing these things we take for granted, unpack these old systems, in order to understand ourselves more deeply, to understand why we do the things we do and how our privileges affect other people’s lack of privilege.
There is another side to me which people don’t often see, but it’s very hard for me to show that. When I do interviews, I’m talking to people I don’t know and when you speak to a stranger you don’t open up, do you? In my position, people are always looking for something to say about me. And anything I do say, given half-a-chance they’ll turn it round into something spectacular so I’ve got to be very careful. That’s why it’s only my friends and family who know the real me. Now my wife, Lainya, she could tell you a few stories.