Every summer I look forward to reading many of the wonderful commencement addresses given around the country. I always find a couple of gems which impart great insights and wisdom we can all learn from. This year I found one delivered by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts at his son's ninth-grade graduation from Cardigan Mountain School — a New Hampshire boarding school for boys in grades six through nine. Chief Roberts’ advice ran counter to many typical commencement speeches.
Here’s a part of it:
“Now the commencement speakers will typically wish you good luck and extend good wishes to you. I will not do that, and I’ll tell you why. From t