Here are three quotes (and commentary on them) that can help us get out of our heads and begin to fully integrate our learning into the life we are living.
It is of no utility to an individual or their community to have knowledge of innumerable ideas, yer fail to live any of them out.
Our focus must be on improving our lives of our community, not on collecting and hoarding ideas that lie dormant within us.
It’s often far easier to get caught up in wordy explanations of life than it is embody those ideas.
Let your focus be on the act of living out these important themes of your life, not in finding a way to concisely articulate them.
What is your goal:
To consume knowledge?
To grow in wisdom?
We are not interested in stockpiling ideas, becoming perfectly articulate, or showing off what resources we have consumed.
Our goal is far more ambitious than that.
Why do we assume walking across a stage and receiving a piece of paper indicates our days of learning are over?
“There is no end to education.”
– Jiddu Krishnamurti
“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.”
– Albert Einstein
“Education is not the filling of the pot but the lighting of a fire.”
– W.B. Yeats
Finishing school does not mean we are finished with learning.
There is still much for us to learn.
There is still time for us to learn.
We can still learn how to learn.
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