Life is partly what we make it, and partly what is made by the friends whom we choose. (Tehyi Hsieh, 20th century Chinese author)
Most of us don’t live life alone. Even after we’ve flown from the family nest, whether it’s to continue our education, take a job, or pursue some other path, we are usually not by ourselves for long. As critical as our vocation or avocation may be, making friends is equally important. Choose companions who are a positive influence on you. Be reminded that. . .
. . .bad company corrupts good character. (1 Corinthians 15:33).