A Jedi master is teaching young Padawans an important lesson on the Force. Towards the end, one bored and exhausted youngling challenges the master: "I don't get it, maybe I can learn it from a real Jedi master and just not from you!" The master, smiling, asks back: "Why is that?" The youngling points to the master's Padawan braid. The master, still smiling: "Exactly, because of younglings like you, I kept wearing the braid: to remind us, that there is always something to learn about the Force, for Jedi masters and Padawans alike. Lesson's over."
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