“Late” is Relative
T.O. Weller
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TOW, I second you! But, praising your wisdom needs to be first in order in my mind, and I find what good & solid advice you give to this as yet ‘young’ 31-year old writer. “Late is Relative,” indeed!

Wisdom earned by living real life has to be more profound than learned experiences through books, though only through which we are exposed to the vastness of human experiences. It seems inevitable that we need both ‘life-lived experiences’ and ‘book-learned experiences’ in order to know some depth of humanness, or both biological as well as spiritual & cultural beings as we are on Earth.

I found another person from whom I could learn so much about life, and I thank you, TOW!

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