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  • Wisdom comes with years

    It is normal for me to respect and listen to opinion from someone that has been around for almost four times as much as I have. Advice that elderly can give is much deeper than one may think, it is result of many rises and falls in their life. Result, not wish for a better result.

  • This is obvious

    They have a wealth of experience and a panoramic view of all phases of life. To not take advantage of this irrational. Most of life's major choices are made when we are quite young and inexperienced, yet we tend to think we are more informed than we are because we have loud entertainment and media voices telling us what we want to hear. The elderly are often denigrated because they are slow and less attractive and they have "outdated" ideas. They also remind us of what's coming for us and maybe we don't want to be reminded by listening to them or taking them seriously.

  • Seek advice from them? No. Listen if they are already talking? Sure.

    A fallacy of the world is that the older a person is, the more intelligent and wise they become.
    Commonly forgotten or fervently ignored is the fact that most people go through life doing basic monotonous routines and do not engage regularly with advanced ideas, or philosophy.
    If there is somebody who is elderly and also relevant in a specific field of science of study, then they most likely do have a lot to say, on that specific topic. You can seek them out if you have a question about that.
    But to seek "advice" from the elderly usually only demonstrates the generational gap, and how their operational behavior in a past era is rarely applicable to today's world.
    I would not seek an elder for advice unless it was a person I already respected, and just happened to also be elderly.


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