By Jack Day
When you are looking for advice on life, it can come in many forms and from many places. It is always based, however, on the experience of the person giving it. While not all advice can fix your specific situation, it’s good to hear as many ideas as you can. After all, life changes quickly and you never know when you might need that advice you stored away for later.
That is why when the CBC‘s radio show “Wiretap” went off the air after 11 years they produced a farewell video compiling some of the best advice on life from those who have lived it. From age 7 to 93, there are some gems in this bunch that I think we could all take to heart. Like the advice from a 12 year old who said, “Popular kids. They’re narcissistic capitalists who know nothing about politics.” Real talk.
Watch the video and be inspired by some of the things these people have to say about life. It might be just the thing you need.
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