Almost all your biggest regrets in life were connected to other people.
Someone talked you into doing something against God’s will.
Someone convinced you to take a risk, and you should not have made it.
Someone led you down a path of personal destruction.
Someone gave you bad advice, and you should never have taken it.
Someone opened up and connected with you, who was not your spouse.
Someone became friends with your kids, and they were a negative influence.
Someone lied, cheated, took advantage of, misinformed, failed, and hurt you.
The list is long of the pains we have experienced with and through other people.
Go ahead and walk your mind through all your regrets and see how they were intimately tied to another person or group of people.
This is why Solomon says in the book of Proverbs, “Walk with the wise and become wise, for a companion of fools suffers harm. (Prov. 13:20)”
What you do is deeply connected to who you spend your time with each day. Your journey with them is either leading you closer to a wise Godly life or in the direction of a fool.
Who will you spend time with today?