We don’t make friends – we meet them. Everywhere we go there is the potential for new and meaningful friendships. There are billions of other souls on Earth, affording each of us a nearly infinite number of possible friends: let us call this Infrienditude. Infrienditude calls us to treat each and every person we meet as a possible ally, helpmate, confidant. The Golden Rule, which invokes us to not do unto others that which we would not have done to us is Infrienditude. May we move through our days greeting each and every as an unmet friend. Acting thus, we will build World Community, a global neighborhood of cohorts. For Infrienditude we are Grateful. Blesséd Be, and Amen.
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