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Advice To youth by Mark Twain is basically a short little composition that he was asked to write to the youths of America Basically it was just meant to be something to be educational and useful in life I think that what he said back then is just as true today as it was back then when he wrote it He starts off by saying that you should always listen to what your parents say even if you dont agree because if you try to rebel against them youll just get into an argument and after being punished youll be forced to do what they said anyway It doesnt matter if youre right or not just listen to them youll save yourself the hassle of fighting with your parents and ruining your relationship with them Thats advice that we all have heard but find impossible to follow growing up It always ends up with us punished and us having to do something we didnt want to do plus some other stuff He says that you should always respect your superiors whether theyre strangers family or friends If someone does something to disrespect and your not sure whether it was intentional or not you should hit them with a brick and then if you find out that he didnt mean any harm you should be a man and tell the person you hit with the brick that you were the one who did it He said that you shouldnt fight and just try to talk it out let bygones be bygones The first half of this advice is correct we should respect our elders even if they are wrong As for hitting someone who offended you miss intentionally or otherwise if we were to do this in todays society we would all have to carry weapons on us at all times and wed all leave a trail of bodies everywhere we went Its best just to
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