They say familiarity breeds contempt, not always true, I really don't agree with them. From my mini research, I discovered that being overly familiar with an individual who necessarily isn't blood related isn't a wrong thing to do.
I also discovered that the word familiarity is a unique word. Ever wondered wondered why the term family can be deduced from the word familiarity? It gets interesting right?
As a matter of fact, it's advised that you choose your click wisely, familiarize with them in the right way and united, y'all can take over the world. Two is better than One because when they assemble in union and make an agreement, whatever they set their mind into attaining becomes a reality, because the other is readily available to lift the other up when they stumble and vise-versa.
I implore you to look around and tell me one Multi-Billionaire firm that accomplished its organization's set goal solo without having to familiarize with a particular group of people. Of course, you'll never find one, reason is, they familiarized with the right board of trustee to attain success. It explains the fact that no matter how one tries, no man can live in isolation. Humans weren't structured that way.
From the sociological realm, the structural-functional theory best illuminates this piece. It views society as complex, but interconnected system, where each part work together as a functional whole.
Blood isn't always family. The world may fail you but family would stick by your side, today, tomorrow and forever.
Who are you familiar with?
Take a deep breath, look into this critical matter once more and be careful about your choice cos you may have to start the selection process all over again.
Anchor Scripture: 1 Samuel 18:1-3
"As soon as he had finished speaking to Saul, the soul of Jonathan was knit to the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul. And Saul took him that day and would not let him return to his father's house. Then Jonathan made a covenant with David, because he loved him as his own soul."
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