Tuesday, April 19, 2011



Look at your closest 10 friends. Rate them by what they do for a living, how much service they give to others, the correctness and cleanliness of their language, and their level of commitment to you personally as a great friend. Can you call them at midnight to help you, should your car break down, need gasoline, or have a flat tire? Would you consider their advice on questions you may have, or not? Would anyone but your mother wonder where you are if you didn’t come home at night? Marlene Dietrick stated: "It's the friends you can call up at 4am that matter."

Next, ask yourself, would your daughter be safe on a date with their son? Would your son treat their daughter with respect? Do your friends fight among themselves or are they educated enough to discuss calmly any differences? To have a friend your must be a friend. A true friend accepts you for who you are inside: your qualities, your life experience, your personality, your ability to care and love others outside yourself. For you to be a true friend you must have these same qualities.

What monetary level are they in? What educational level do they have? What have they achieved in the last 10-20 years? Do they give back from their abundance? Do they know you and accept you as their friend, too?

Here are a few quotes:
"A hug is worth a thousand words. A friend is worth more."
- Sent by Jasmine Fitzwilliam
"Friends are the most important ingredient in this recipe of life."
- Sent by Dior Yamasaki
"The better part of one's life consists of his friendships." Abraham Lincoln
"Sometimes you pick your friends, sometimes they pick you."
- Sent by Steve Klaka
"No love, no friendship, can cross the path of our destiny without leaving some mark on it forever." - Francois Mocuriac

We at Allchristie International, invite you to build friendships that restore you to good health and build confidence. We want to be part of your friends.
We are here for you. Good friends bring better health to your life!
Bon Jovi put it this way, “The road ahead is as long as you make it, but, make it worth the trip.” Allchristie 801 565-8515

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