I wanted to share what I learned in class today, "If you want something you never had, you have to do something that you have never done"!
yes but looking at it in an educating and improving your life kind of way
Then my hub- How Do You See Knowledge and Wisdom would answer.
read it and gave it a interesting 1 your a good writer, okay well my title was just pertaining to what i actually learned in class that day!
You can do that? I didn't know you could reference your own hubs. I thought referencing your own hubs was considered promoting your hub. This is great.
you are right. And many times have to give up something you are comfortable in holding onto.
I mistook the meaning of this particular piece. I thought you might be talking about the difference between education and wisdom. The difference is, I think, that education is academic, very useful but cold without something else. That something else is Love. When education and love are mixed the outcome is wisdom.
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