Some Thoughts From Anonymous About Enemies

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“Anyone who’s written an autobiography learns you can make two kinds of enemies with such a book—the people you mention and those you don’t.”

“It sometimes looks foolish for folks to be spending so much time loving their enemies when they should be treating their friends a little better.”

“Discretion is the art of forgiving your enemies—especially those you can’t whip.”

“If you want an enemy, just try to convince a fool he’s wrong.”

“The difference between our friends and our enemies is this: Our friends love us in spite of our faults, and our enemies hate us in spite of our virtues.”

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