A passage from The Fight and Other Writings by William Hazlitt:
…we agreed to adjourn to my lodgings to discuss measures with that cordiality which makes old friends like new, and new friends like old, on great occasions. We are cold to others only when we are dull in ourselves, and have neither thoughts nor feelings to impart to them. Give a man a topic in his head, a throb of pleasure in his heart, and he will be glad to share it with the first person he meets.
Not my lodgings but at Apron Thrift Girl’s Thrift Share Monday, I am glad to share this weeks’ heart-throbs of pleasure.
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