Samuel Taylor Coleridge in his poem “Youth and Age” calls a friend “A Sheltering Tree”. Isn’t that true? Friends are leafy, close covenant brothers and sisters who cover us from the sun, cover us from the blasts of loneliness. Are you a sheltering tree? Are we as people a sacred grove of safety?
Dr. Craig Johnson talks about friends and friendship in your life. Who are your companions, constituents and comrades?