Two are better than one . . . : If either of them falls down, one can help the other up(Ecclesiastes 4:9–10). It’s good to be independent, but most of our accomplishments require working with others. The value of interdependence can never be underestimated. God, in His kindness, graciously provides people as His agents for mutual good. Listening ears and helpful hands; wise, comforting, and correcting words—these and other resources come to us and through us to others. Together we win and God gets the glory!