Quote by John Green
...being in a bad mood with your friends beats being in a bad mood without them.
This quote suggests that even though someone may be in a bad mood, having the support and company of friends makes it more bearable and preferable than being alone in a bad mood. It emphasizes the importance of friendship and how being in the presence of friends can provide comfort, understanding, and distraction, ultimately helping to improve one's overall well-being despite the negativity.
But out of that silence rose new sounds more appalling still; a strange ventriloquism, of which you could not locate the source, a smothered moan, as if a thousand discords were flowing together into a key-note weird, unearthly, terrible to hear and bear, yet startling with its nearness; the writhing concord broken by cries for help, some begging for a drop of water, some calling on God for pity; and some on friendly hands to finish what the enemy had so horribly begun; some with delirious, dreamy voices murmuring loved names, as if the dearest were bending over them; and underneath, all the time, the deep bass note from closed lips too hopeless, or too heroic to articulate their agony...It seemed best to bestow myself between two dead men among the many left there by earlier assaults, and to draw another crosswise for a pillow out of the trampled, blood-soaked sod, pulling the flap of his coat over my face to fend off the chilling winds, and still more chilling, the deep, many voiced moan that overspread the field.
History teaches that wars begin when governments believe the price of aggression is cheap. To keep the peace, we and our allies must be strong enough to convince any potential aggressor that war could bring no benefit, only disaster.http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/speeches/1984/11684a.htm