What we agree too we don’t always agree with. 

To listen is to leave ourselves; to agree is to arrive at someone else. 

A good compromise gives up the pie for the slice. 

A marriage is an agreement to disagree agreeably — mostly. 

Agree in discussions; avoid verbal concussions. 

To completely agree is to leave something out.

Stubbornness digs in; agreement shovels the way out. 

Experience teaches us that we can like those we disagree with; maturity teaches us that we can love those who are wrong. 

Old agreements are strong bridges to good futures. 

Assiduously avoid suicide; don’t be more agreeable than you actually are. 

How good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell together in disagreement. 

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