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You Don't Know, What You Don't Know – And It Can Hurt You!

Little boy with wasp sting around eye.I ran into the house crying. My grandmother grabbed some ice and pressed it to my face. I was a first-grader and had never been on a farm before. I knocked down a wasp's nest with a broom. I got nailed, and it hurt!

My grandfather looked at the welt. He smiled, and calmly said, "Now you know why I told you to leave them alone. You don't know, what you don't know; and it can hurt you." I've never forgotten his sage wisdom.

How many lessons do little boys have to "learn the hard way" by ignoring advice and experience of others?

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