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The Official Huddle Advice Thread For Young Huddlers

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Some that have already been stated that I agree with:

-Take care of your finances.

-Stay in shape (round doesn't count).

Some I haven't seen yet:

-Don't lie, cheat or steal, and do not tolerate those amongst you who do.

-Hold yourself accountable for your actions, do not make excuses.

-You don't need to read 5 hours a day, but you should always be reading a book. When you finish, start a new one.

-Keep a positive attitude, it's contagious. (A negative attitude is also contagious, avoid people who are always negative.)

-Don't get married until you are mature enough to put someone else before yourself. For me, that was close to 30.

- ^^^Same with kids.

-Try new things. It will make you feel young again for a few minutes.

All I can think of off the top of my head.

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Learn to bite your tounge. Freedom of speech is also knowing when to shut up every now and then.

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Experiment with some mind altering substances. Smoke a little grass, eat some speed, fuging hallucinate! Never let it take over your life but don't act like its cyanide either.

Getting to be 80 years old isn't worth a damn if you've never spent a night under the stars tripping on 'shrooms, acid, or better yet peyote.

I would recommend staying away from the needle though.

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As Eden Ahbez wrote and the peerless Nat King Cole crooned:

The greatest thing you'll ever learn, is just to love and be loved in return.

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