Word(y).

Experience multiplied by time almost always equals some kind of understanding.

Talk to someone decades ahead of you.

Ask them anything.

Ask them any question.

It’s likely their response will be brief and yet full of flavor and light.

The more one knows the less they typically say.

The opposite of this is true as well.

 

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  1. Denise Anderson says:

    This post… I’m headed into a meeting in a minute and it’s a sticky subject…but… You just validated me and I can be a help. 40 kindergarteners will benefit if I bravely enter in.. Thank you!!! D

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