I was an unremarkable student with passable looks and a direct personality.
You don't teach morals and ethics and empathy and kindness in the schools. You teach that at home, and children learn by example.
If you stay beyond your welcome, it's for ego or money or because you can't exist without the limelight. I'm fine without it.
But my parents taught me, when you don't have something nice to say about someone, say nothing.
I set realistic goals consistent with my talents. I never, for instance, wanted to sit on an appellate court. I'm not an academic. Truth be told, I hate to do research. I have a practical mind, and I was well suited for the trial court bench, not the appellate.
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