Watch out for who you are doing
Irrespective of their claims, others may not truly live with spiritual values. Watch who you are. To mimic the habits of those we associate with is human. We take carelessly of their interests, their opinions, their values, and their habit of interpreting the facts. Although many people have good moods, they may well have harmful effects on you because they are careless about what is worth and what is not.
Just because some people are good with you does not mean you have to spend your time with them. Because they are only looking for you and interested in you or your affairs, it does not mean that you have to be socialized. Be selective to whom you make friends, colleagues and neighbors. All of these people can have some effect on your destiny. The world is full of happy and talented people.
The key is to engage only people who lift you, people whose presence makes you behave best.
But remember that our moral influence is a two-way road, and therefore, with our own thoughts, words and actions, we must positively influence those with whom we come in contact. The real test of personal perfection lies in the attention we give to the often neglected micro-details of our behavior.
Asking yourself often, “How my thoughts, words and actions affect my friends, my partner, my neighbor, my child, my employer, my subordinates, my fellow citizens ; What do I do to contribute to the spiritual advancement of all those with whom I come into contact? “Make it yours to take the best of yourself from others by being the same model to be imitated.