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    Now the commencement speakers will  typically also wish you good luck and extend good wishes to you. I will  not do that, and I��ll tell you why. From time to time in the years to  come, I hope you will be treated unfairly, so that you will come to know  the value of justice. I hope that you will suffer betrayal because that  will teach you the importance of loyalty. Sorry to say, but I hope you  will be lonely from time to time so that you don��t take friends for  granted.I wish you bad luck, again, from time to time so that you will  be conscious of the role of chance in life and understand that your  success is not completely deserved and that the failure of others is not  completely deserved either. And when you lose, as you will from time to  time, I hope every now and then, your opponent will gloat over your  failure. It is a way for you to understand the importance of  sportsmanship. I hope you��ll be ignored so you know the importance of  listening to others, and I hope you will have just enough pain to learn  compassion.









    Whether I wish these things or not, they��re going to happen.  And whether you benefit from them or not will depend upon your ability  to see the message in your misfortunes.


    Now  commencement speakers are also expected to give some advice. They give  grand advice, and they give some useful tips. The most common grand  advice they give is for you to be yourself. It is an odd piece of advice  to give people dressed identically, but you should �� you should be  yourself. But you should understand what that means. Unless you are  perfect, it does not mean don��t make any changes. In a certain sense,  you should not be yourself. You should try to become something better.  People say ��be yourself�� because they want you to resist the impulse to  conform to what others want you to be. But you can��t be yourself if you  don't learn who are, and you can��t learn who you are unless you think  about it. The Greek philosopher Socrates said,  ��The unexamined life is not worth living.�� And while ��just do it�� might  be a good motto for some things, it��s not a good motto when it��s trying  to figure out how to live your life that is before you. And one  important clue to living a good life is to not to try to live the good life. The best way to lose the values that are central to who you are is frankly not to think about them at all. So  that��s the deep advice.



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    Now some tips as you get ready to go to your  new school. Other the last couple of years, I have gotten to know many  of you young men pretty well, and I know you are good guys. But you are  also privileged young men. And if you weren��t privileged when you came  here, you are privileged now because you have been here. My advice is:  Don��t act like it. When you get to your new  school, walk up and introduce yourself to the person who is raking the  leaves, shoveling the snow or emptying the trash. Learn their name and  call them by their name during your time at the school.



    Another piece of  advice: When you pass by people you don��t recognize on the walks,  smile, look them in the eye and say hello. The worst thing that will  happen is that you will become known as the young man who smiles and  says hello, and that is not a bad thing to start with.You��ve been at a school with just boys. Most of you will be going to a school with girls. I have no advice for you.



    The  last bit of advice I��ll give you is very simple, but I think it could  make a big difference in your life. Once a week, you should write a note  to someone. Not an email. A note on a piece of paper. It will take you  exactly 10 minutes. Talk to an adult, let them tell you what a stamp is.  You can put the stamp on the envelope. Again, 10 minutes, once a week.


    I  will help you, right now. I will dictate to you the first note you  should write. It will say, ��Dear [fill in the name of a teacher at  Cardigan Mountain School].�� Say: ��I have started at this new school. We  are reading [blank] in English. Football or soccer practice is hard, but  I��m enjoying it. Thank you for teaching me.�� Put it in an envelope, put  a stamp on it and send it. It will mean a great deal to people who ��  for reasons most of us cannot contemplate �� have dedicated themselves to  teaching middle school boys. As I said, that will take you exactly 10  minutes a week. By the end of the school year, you will have sent notes  to 40 people. Forty people will feel a little more special because you  did, and they will think you are very special because of what you did.  No one else is going to carry that dividend during your time at school.

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    Enough  advice. I would like to end by reading some important lyrics. I cited  the Greek philosopher Socrates earlier. These lyrics are from the great  American philosopher, Bob Dylan. They��re almost 50 years old. He wrote  them for his son, Jesse, who he was missing while he was on tour. It  lists the hopes that a parent might have for a son and for a daughter.  They��re also good goals for a son and a daughter. The wishes are  beautiful, they��re timeless. They��re universal. They��re good and true,  except for one: It is the wish that gives the song its title and its  refrain. That wish is a parent��s lament. It��s not a good wish. So these  are the lyrics from Forever Young by Bob Dylan:

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    Forever YoungBob Dylan - Planet Waves

    May God bless you and keep you always
    May your wishes all come true
    May you always do for others
    And let others do for you

    May you build a ladder to the stars
    And climb on every rung
    And may you stay forever young
    May you grow up to be righteous
    May you grow up to be true
    May you always know the truth
    And see the lights surrounding you

    May you always be courageous
    Stand upright and be strong
    And may you stay forever young
    May your hands always be busy
    May your feet always be swift
    May you have a strong foundation
    When the winds of changes shift
    May your heart always be joyful
    May your song always be sung
    And may you stay forever young



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