I am very impressed with the June 10 “Conversations” column in the New York Times, “Advice for High School Graduates.” David Brooks and Gail Collins offer genuine insights.
You should read the entire column, but I wish to quote three points made by Gail Collins, because she’s 100% on the mark.
• The most important decision any of us make is who we marry.
• The most important talent any person can possess is the ability to make and keep friends.
• The most important skill a person can possess is the ability to control one’s impulses.