In all seriousness, there's a few things I would try to pass on. I dunno if you could call it "wisdom" but anyway. 1 - Your physical health is incredibly important and is something that we take for granted every single day. Eat well, exercise regularly and rest well. Take care of your body, you've only got one. 2 - Your mental health is just as important as physical. If something is wrong, talk to someone. There is absolutely no shame in what's going on inside your head and there's nothing wrong with you for experiencing those problems. You don't need to scream and shout it out to the whole world but please, talk to someone about it, if you feel like you need help, then you probably do... get that help. 3 - Ask for help when you need it and try to give help when you're asked. You don't have to be a "yes person" but we need to help each other more often, without expecting anything in return. 4 - Kindness can take you far in life and the world needs more of it. 5 - Don't be a prick and don't be a bully, you're better than that. If you've got nothing nice to say, then don't say anything at all. Trying to hurt people's feelings or make them feel like shit just because you feel like shit is wrong and may be suggesting something about your own problems. Sorry for the long list, that's it from me. My question: Recently, lever-action shot guns were banned here in Australia and it's been a debate surrounded by controversy. Without sparking any debates or negativity, what are your honest thoughts on guns and gun control? If you don't feel comfortable answering that, here's an alternative question: What sport(s) did you play when you were younger? Do you still play those said sport(s) today? Do you regret stopping if you did?