Famous quote by Virginia Woolf

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Some people go to priests others to poetry I to my friends
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"Some people go to priests; others to poetry; I to my friends"

- Virginia Woolf

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This quote by Virginia Woolf talks to the significance of friendship and the convenience it can bring. Woolf recommends that when people need guidance or solace, they turn to different sources. Some people turn to priests for spiritual guidance, others to poetry for motivation, and Woolf turns to her buddies. This suggests that Woolf finds comfort and assistance in her friendships, and that she values the companionship of her buddies. Woolf's quote also implies that relationship can be a source of strength and understanding, which it can offer a sense of security and belonging. It is a pointer that friendship is an effective force, which it can be a source of convenience and guidance in times of need.

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Virginia Woolf This quote is written / told by Virginia Woolf between January 25, 1882 and March 28, 1941. She was a famous Author from United Kingdom. The author also have 73 other quotes.

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