"Wisdom may be found in the company of the aged. Understanding comes with longevity.
I thought, experience should speak; abundance of years teaches wisdom.
"The aged aren't always wise, nor do the elderly always understand justice.
A poor but wise youth is better than an old but foolish king who will no longer accept correction.
I have more common sense than the elders, for I observe your precepts.
Older men are to be sober, serious, sensible, and sound in faith, love, and endurance.
Likewise, older women are to show their reverence for God by their behavior. They are not to be gossips or addicted to alcohol, but to be examples of goodness.
The glory of young men is their strength; and the splendor of elders is their gray hair.