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Should we pay attention to people who are older and more experienced than we are?

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´╗┐Should we pay attention to people who are older and more experienced than we are? 'Heeding advice' is easier advised than done. World War 2, Star Wars and The Great Depression are all examples when one or a group of people did not pay heed to the advice of elders. Yes, sometimes one may have to reflect if it is necessary to pay attention to people who are older and more experienced than they are, but history has consistently proven it's true that it is beneficial pay attention to people who are older and more experienced than we are. I also agree with this. Older people are more experience and have a greater cosmopolitan view than the younger generation. ...read more.

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If the leaders of the countries that were complicit in igniting WW2 and the leaders that imposed the Treaty of Versailles had paid heed to what Foch had said, history for us would be significantly different to what it is now. We can see listening to elders and people who are more experienced than us can benefit us. In Star Wars and the Phantom Menace, when the two Jedi knights that presented Anakin Skywalker to the Jedi Master, Yoda (the lead Jedi master) sensed that Anakin had a propensity towards the dark side. He was proved right in the third episode of Star wars when Anakin became the apprentice of the Sith lord Darth Sidious (aka Chancellor Palpatine) ...read more.

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The experience understood that the industry would soon have to cut back on over-production, hence slowing growth rates which would stimulate a rapid decrease of value of stocks. Unfortunately, other investors dismissed the predictions of these more experienced investors, and lost heavily when the wall street crashed on black tuesday. Some investors were forced to commit suicide In conclusion, I reaffirm my statement that one should pay attention to people who are older and more experienced than they are because experience and age teaches people what to do and not to do. This is an abstruse knowledge that less experienced people are wanting of, and so it is always wise to pay attention to people who are older and more experienced than we are. ...read more.

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