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Sage Advise from Robert Bateman
From his Website: Based on his convocation address at
Royal Roads University, June 2010
Since I am now an octogenarian I am going to invoke the privilege of handing out advice and opinions. I will be quoting various people from Mark Twain to the Rolling Stones as I go along.
Mark Twain said, “Growing old is a question of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” That same advice could apply to so many things in life – very Buddhist. Twain also said, “Some of the worst things in my life … never happened.”


That leads me to my first piece of advice.
DON’T WORRY. I mean it. Worrying makes no sense. Either do something about the problem if you can, or, if you can’t do something, forget it. I know that’s easier said than done so here is my second piece of advice:

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