JOHN H ROBERTS . COM
teaches us by giving us tests first. Only after we
survive these tests do we get the lesson.
I wish we had an Internet back when I was a dumb kid.
One popular complaint is that youth is wasted on the young, and being no longer young I'm inclined to agree, but there is the complementary corollary that wisdom is wasted on the old. This wisdom, usually gathered from making a life-time of mistakes often comes a little too late. By the time you’ve “figured it all out”, what can you do with that wisdom?
Free advice is usually valued precisely by what we pay for it. So I have no illusions about how my "free" advice will be taken.
Check out the NAQ (never asked questions) for some so-so advice, or just enjoy looking at some of the things that amuse me.