When King Solomon became King of Judah and Israel, he asked God for one thing—wisdom. God granted his request because he had not asked for self-serving rewards.
King Solomon was one of the richest men in the world to date. He was not only wealthy, but handsome, charming, and a man of faith. It would be fair to say that he was blessed and gifted in strengths and wealth. Given his unique gifts and qualities, as well as wisdom, he was uniquely qualified to answer an important question about life. What is the most import thing I life? His answer—friendship and relationships.
True relationships cannot be bought. Treasure your friends and let them know they are treasured.
A side note: Solomon’s book of is filled with practical counsel on life.