SHE doesn't go alone
If you live in a large city, you are probably no stranger to traffic. The only loophole to traffic, however, can the HOV lane. After you meet the 2-3 person minimum, pretty soon you can take the VIP express to wherever you planned to go.
I’m well aware that my current commute has made me unaware of the traffic nightmare that is Bay Area traffic. So the handful of times that I actually have to experience it, I never experience it alone.
Recently, with at least 2 other people in tow, I zipped through all the stationary cars that created a long narrow “parking lot” along the 5 lane highway. This special access made me aware of the great benefit in doing things together.
Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.
The verse calls for people to not live in solitude or isolation from community. We are called to do things together. Regardless if you consider yourself an introvert or extrovert, we are created to interact with others. Although, that can definitely look different for everyone.
Sometimes we need some quiet time alone. Time in the slow lane may be exactly what the Great Physician ordered. But there are other places that God is taking us spiritually that require us to travel as a group. A community.
Whether your friend or community circle has 2 or 20 people, just know that you’re meant to go through life by yourself. God did not intend for us to be on our own.