Quote by Miguel de Cervantes
Tell me thy company, and I'll tell thee what thou art.
This quote implies that one's character can be understood by the type of people they associate with. It suggests that the company one keeps influences their behavior and values. Essentially, it reflects the idea that individuals tend to adopt the attitudes and habits of those they spend time with. Therefore, if someone surrounds themselves with positive and morally upright individuals, it is likely that they too will possess such qualities. On the other hand, if one consistently associates with questionable or negative characters, they may be seen in a similar light.
Now I am going to reveal to you something which is very pure, a totally white thought. It is always in my heart; it blooms at each of my steps... The Dance is love, it is only love, it alone, and that is enough... I, then, it is amorously that I dance: to poems, to music but now I would like to no longer dance to anything but the rhythm of my soul.