Paul Batura: On National Friendship Day, here are 5 famous friendships that changed the world

close Video ‘Jeopardy’ GOAT Ken Jennings talks friendship with Alex Trebek, reveals favorite films to watch for quarantine “Jeopardy” champ Ken Jennings talks friendship with Alex Trebek, reveals favorite films to watch for quarantine and his new game show “Master Minds” on Game Show Network. National Friendship Day arrives this year amid escalating cultural tensions and ongoing civil unrest. If there was ever a time when good friends and strong bonds of personal affection were needed, it would be now. From childhood pals to college companions, to neighbors, work colleagues and even the occasional acquaintances at school, church or the local grocery store, friends add a wonderful dimension and enjoyment to everyday life. BRUCE FEILER: CORONAVIRUS CHALLENGES ARE ONE OF MANY TRANSITIONS WE WILL EXPERIENCE — HERE’S HOW TO SURVIVE Each one of us could likely name a number of people whose friendships have changed our lives in ways big and small, but it’s occurred to me there have been many amiable alliances that have also changed the world. On this National Friendship Day, here are just five of them. Jesus and John: As one of Jesus’ twelve apostles, there is a consensus among biblical scholars that John was perhaps Jesus’… Read full this story

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