In her book "Miscellaneous Writings" ( p. 339 ) Mary Baker Eddy asks, "Hast thou a friend, and forgettest to be grateful?" The word friend derives from an Anglo-Saxon word meaning to love; so it is natural that friendship should signify affection.
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