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Defending a friend in their absence....


I read somewhere "they are not your friends until they have defended you in their absence" ... I like the quote as it shows unity and many other beautiful characteristics ... but then I feel that I do not do what it says. If I know a friend is in the wrong, I cannot defend them, I just stay quiet or accept what they have done is wrong.... do you think this is counted as being "not a friend"?

 

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