We've heard the commercials:
What's in your wallet?
What's in your safe?
I would propose that the more important question might be, What's in your bucket? I recently heard a sermon about Philippians 4:8 from the New Testament of the Christian Bible (Don't worry, I'll not use this forum to preach a Gospel sermon.). Part of that verse encourages us to think on...whatever is lovely. The preacher for this lesson was David Deffenbaugh, who quoted his brother John. "John has something he likes to say," said David. "If it isn't in your bucket, you can't spill it."
If it isn't in your bucket, you can't spill it.
We talk about protecting our reputations by checking our conduct. We wonder what others think about us when they see us partake in particular activities. We may even think more, or less, of someone based on the company s/he keeps. The bucket analogy is a good way to think about it. I hope my students consider filling their buckets with lovely thoughts and deeds as they step into the future.