One of our most valuable and enduring possessions are relationships. Some relationships are inherited, like family. Others, like friends and work relationships have to be built. This can take time, and requires commitment, integrity and character.
In all cases, when relationships are neglected, they can be lost, sometimes forever.
Our advice for this week are:
1. Make friends, not enemies. Making ftiends is easier, cheaper and better for your health than acquiring enemies.
2. Once made, nurture relationships by treating people with kindness, dignity and respect.
3. Don’t ignore family relationships. Avoid taking family members for granted.
4. A very important core of successful relationships is personal integrity and kindness.
We all benefit when we do things right.
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