Why we don't celebrate friendship with the same fervor as love - Life - Haaretz
Friendship, in contrast to love, does not make us suffer. (Illustration) Shahaf Manapov

Why We Don't Celebrate Friendship With the Same Fervor as Love

Friendship is free of the indignities, suffering and drama that characterize romantic love; it doesn't have an expiration date; we rarely suspect it to be a figment of our imagination. But love is what fuels our economy.

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