If you don’t have the information you need to make wise choices, find someone who does. (Lori Hil, screenwriter)

When confronted with a number of choices, we’re often uncertain which is the best for us. Trial and error sometimes works, but more often results in disappointment. Hil’s advice is a wise way to go: ask someone who has faced similar choices or who has knowledge that may make your options clearer. Before you move, seek wise counsel from trusted friends.

The godly give good advice to their friends. . . . Those who take advice are wise. . . . Plans succeed through good counsel. (Proverbs 12:26; 13:10; 20:18)