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Published on: 23 May 2016 by lenanelson
I don’t know. This is the main
thing. You do not know anything. And either you want or do not want to learn it.
It's your choice, your freedom. But if you want to learn something, then you
have to honestly say: "I do not know."
It’s hard to say why some people
study well and others bad.
"I got it! No questions!
"- A good phrase. Especially if this is true. But it is not always
Are you, the Lord God ?! If people
did not have questions, we would be living still in caves, or somewhere in the
trees. We do want to be sure, because we want to feel cool and clever!
And we are so often misled by people
who authoritatively declare: "I know!" We want to believe them so
much! But in fact this "I know" turns out to be a mask used for any
plausible or unseemly purposes, and in the best case, "I know" – is a
conscious, responsible choice of the person to take some position based on his
experience and the experience of other people.
Do you think that those who are
teaching you "know"? Naive child! They are just learning a little
longer or have a more courage. Or just take a different social status.
Great Teachers and first graders, in
fact, don’t differ. Einstein and you could play "Tic Tac Toe" and Sir
Isaac Newton would be happy to learn from you the art of computer management.
Those who made great discoveries,
were able to say to themselves, others, nature, God, "I do not know."
We all learn and play.
Check out the
infographic below from Essaygobuy.com. There are certain basic things that we
need to understand to learn effectively and happily. They are formulated in the
form of the seven commandments.