Adversity introduces a person to him or herself and to those around them.
A true friend is to be highly valued.
So why are we valuing people who have proven to disappoint?
- Never take advice from people who accomplish little.
- Never seek the advice of someone who is unable to sincerely emphasize and who is unlikely to contribute a positive solution.
- Avoid taking advice from someone you don’t admire and respect.
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