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Write about someone who has shared wisdom and expirence with

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Maddy May

on 26 February 2014

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What to write:
Write about someone who has shared wisdom and experience with you.

Explain why it is important to learn from the experience of others.
Include specific details and examples in your response.

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Someone who has shared wisdom with me is my big sister Ellen. She has taught me...
To be thankful for what i have because there is less fortunate people
To be who I want to be, and don't listen to people who try to bring me down
To not be mean to other people because you don't know what they are going through.
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It is important to learn from others experience because...
You can know what and what not to do.
You can try to stay away from their past issues or problems.
You can learn to forgive yourself because everyone makes mistakes.
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Another person who has shared experience with me is my brother Mike...
He has taught me that school comes before sports.
That you have to take school seriously to get good grades
That do what you love to make yourself happy.
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Being the youngest child I have learned experience from my sister, Ellen, family and friends, and my brother, Mike.
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Many people think that gaining wisdom is something you have to do yourself, but over 90 percent of people learn from others experience. Family and friends of mine usually past down wisdom from situations they have been through to help you. Being the youngest child I have learned experience from my older sister, Ellen, family and friends, and my brother, Mike.
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