Thursday, 22 April 2010

Cooking with a frying pan over the fire

We are assessed not only by our ability to learn but also by what we do with the knowledge we gain.


  1. Nice work. I always enjoy reading people's original thoughts. I suppose to have any value knowledge must have some sort of practical application.

  2. I do not mean my words to join with those of the world that evaluate knowledge only by its' practical applications or an ability to increase the monetary value of any depository.

  3. Practical to oneself, not to the world, which I ascertained as your meaning in this particular remark ("what we DO with the knowledge we gain"). Thanks for dropping by my blog. You're quite a contrarian, but I like that.


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