At the well, the servant asks for God's assistance in identifying a proper prospect for Isaac's bride to be:
"Let the maiden to whom I say, 'Please, lower your jar that I may drink,' and who replies, 'Drink, and I will also water your camels'-let her be the one whom You have decreed for Your servant Isaac" (Genesis 24:14).
Scarcely having spoken the words Rebecca appears on the scene and does precisely that. Abraham's servant considers it a message from God that he is on the right track.
How can this have meaning to us today? I recall the story of a friend of mine, who had lamented that all the women he met (at the bar) seemed only to be interested in drinking and having a good time. His rabbi advised him to become involved in a volunteer group that stood for values that resonated with him. He did, and through his involvement with that group he came to meet the woman who is now his wife. The servant goes to the well because he is looking for a person who values hard work and contributing to the welfare of her family. His criterion for selection is, "Is she kind?"
If you are espoused, think back to the circumstances of how you first came to know your beloved other: was it at the well, or some other type of watering hole? And if you are still searching, the tradition would seem to suggest, go to the place where your ideals and values are put into action, and perhaps you may find a friend whose values you will be blessed to share.