Having the Good Life Now: Your Friends and Neighbors

Solomon also spends a large amount of time talking to his son about who he spends his time with on a regular basis. The reason Solomon wants to teach his son about this topic is because the people we spend our time with will make us or break us. We do not realize how much other people rub off on us. We can begin to speak the way another speaks, think the way another thinks, and act the way another acts. Many times this assimilation happens involuntarily. By being exposed to this person, we start changing.

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