A young man finished college with a degree in psychology. Shortly after his graduation, the new psychologist was asked to deliver a speech to a group of senior citizens. For forty-five minutes he lectured the old folks on the subject of “How To Live The Twilight Years Gracefully.” When the speech was over, an eighty-year-old woman waited until everyone was gone but the twenty-three-year-old speaker. She told him that he had delivered the speech with great power and conviction. “Your vocabulary and your pronunciation are both wonderful. I admire you very much,” she said, “but I must tell you one thing that you’ll come to understand as you get older: You don’t know what you’re talking about.”
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