Watching the world go by

A person’s academic pedigree (often) does not have the same
weight as a person’s life experience. A book read and studied
in a classroom can just as easily be read and applied at home
minus the professor’s (usual) bias.  Life experience, however,
cannot be theorized.  You rarely get to “re-take” something
you missed the day after and life doesn’t grade on a curve.
You get what you get and the better you are at doing vs. thinking about doing,
the better your grade is.  Don’t ever underestimate a person with scars.

— Dad-ism

One response to “Watching the world go by

  1. “The entire object of true education is to make people not merely do the right things, but enjoy the right things.”
    John Ruskin

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