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A famous Harvard study that tracked 200 men for 80 years found that what matters most in living a happy life are — our relationships. Friendships where we have deep bonds and can show up as we are, seem essential to making it through life. It’s not about the number of friends, in fact, Aristotle would say, “He who hath many friends hath none,” but about the quality of the relationships. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: A famous Harvard study that tracked 200 men for 80 years found that what matters most in living a happy life are — our relationships. Friendships where we have deep bonds and can show up as we are, seem essential to making it through life. It’s not about the number of friends, in fact, Aristotle would say, “He who hath many friends hath none,” but about the quality of the relationships. –Guri
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Oprah On Her Friendship with Gayle
Hugs What is a true friend? In this timeless 2-minute clip from 2016, Oprah talks to Barbara Walters about what her friendship with Gayle King means to her. This is the sweetest thing!
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