posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 09:23 PM
Age is neither relevant to knowledge nor wisdom. At the end of the day it all boils down to experiences, and I've lived several lifetimes worth.
I've traveled the world, have seen life created, I've saved lives, I've seen more people die than most, considering I'm a civilian, and I retain
everything I learn and everything I experience, and apply all of that to how I respond to situations, which is typically calm and calculated, though I
admit there are a few ATSers (as well as people in life) that ruffle my feathers from time to time, others I feel are quite wise, and others still I
wonder if they have to remind themselves to breathe or risk dying of suffocation.
ATS is a great blend of the super intelligent, the willfully [un]informed, the experienced, the wise, the open and closed minded, the faithful, the
faithless, and of course the fools... though the latter do maintain a purpose, even if it's generally just for a laugh. I think the average member
here teaches other members a thing or two from time to time, and I think we all
learn something from our online brethren each and every day
while surfing through the threads here. To be truthfully honest, this website has become both a blessing and a curse in my life, as I'm sure many of
you can relate.
I'm in my mid 30s by the way.
ps> don't sweat the immaturity. Most of us fall off the straight and narrow path of composure from time to time, especially when the threads begin to
get too doom and gloomful and/or a topic becomes overly heated (see religious forums). Some topics are just laughable from the start.
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