Proverbs 25:16 [NIV] If you find honey, eat just enough—too much of it, and you will vomit.
Have you found honey? Think not only of the sweetener that bees create but consider all worldly delights.
Wisdom and knowledge, like honey, is sweet and desirable, excellent and nourishing. If one does not take care to keep their usage within bounds and if one exceeds the appropriate capacity for the desirable thing, the effect cannot only be uncomfortable but disgusting, troublesome or unhealthy for our body, mind and spirit. The pleasures of the world, like honey, are things that we can enjoy in moderation. Those pleasures can refresh and restore us when experienced moderately.
I delight in the company of friends that are close to me. One of the things that I lift from this short proverb is that that too much company might just lead to a decrease in the appreciation of the companionship that I hold dear. Enjoy the things that bring you joy. Be cautious not to dwell too long on them while disregarding the other, less sweet, parts of life that are needed for you to be complete in your body, your soul and your walk with God.