Wisdom Is Wasted On The Eldery

canstockphoto26910135.jpgI don’t know if I invented the phrase in the title above, I kinda doubt it, but it does pretty much describe how I feel about the subject. Getting to the very core of this subject I wish I had learned most of my lessons earlier in life.  What good is that wisdom now that I am out of the mainstream and heading downhill? If I had just learned some lessons earlier I could have more successfully addressed the problems in my life.

I like to think that I am a better person as a result of looking at the world from a different view. At the time I didn’t realize that my Asperberger’s traits were not how all my classmates saw things.  I couldn’t understand why I was so clumsy with many interactions with others, especially female others. It would be years before I realized that there are many others out there in the same straits that I traveled. I could have learned a thing or two from them.

Many claim their legacy is the children and grandchildren they leave behind. Maybe due to the fact that I leave no heirs, I kinda think that is the lazy way to think of it.  Will I leave a mark on this earth after I am gone?  I think I will but with these kinds of things you never really know. But, that is kind of what RJsCorner is about. I always kid that I want to show others all the mistakes in hope that they can learn from them and not have to make the same ones I did.

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4 thoughts on “Wisdom Is Wasted On The Eldery

  • I have no heirs either and most people leave no legacy once their friends and family are all gone too. But perhaps in the internet age, all the blogs, news articles and responses and likes and comments on Facebook etc..will live on in the “cloud” for some alien race to decipher one day…who knows?

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    • That is exactly the idea I was trying to get across via this post. Find a way to let others in on your lessons from life. Mine is blogging buy there are literally thousands of other ways…

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