The fallyng out of faithfull frends is the renuyng of loue.
The Paradise of Dainty Devices (published 1576). Compare: "The anger of lovers renews the strength of love", Publilius Syrus, Maxim 24 (c. 1st century BC); "Let the falling out of friends be a renewing of affection", John Lyly, Euphues (1579); "The falling out of lovers is the renewing of love", Robert Burton, Anatomy of Melancholy (1621), part III. sec. 2.; "Amantium irae amoris integratio est" (translation: Lovers' quarrels are the renewal of love), Terence, Andria (c. 170-160 BC), act III. sc. 5 (Line 555).
Pythagoras said that this world was like a stage,
Whereon many play their parts; the lookers-on, the sage
Philosophers are, saith he, whose part is to learn
The manners of all nations, and the good from the bad to discern.
Damon and Pythias (written in 1564, published in 1571), lines 348-351.