32 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. laborsettadelledonne

    True, in part, I believe. In Italy we’re having great problems with the fact that students are not going to school for long periods of time. I think that part of the learning, of course not all, takes plcae when you are in contact with teachers and other students.
    Have a nice day 🙂

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  2. John Hric

    One of those paths starts with books and parents. And if it is working quickly turns to books. I remember our 4 year old granddaughter reading to herself. And not wanting to be interrupted.

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  3. Mark Lanesbury

    Yes, life is an incredible teacher. Rammed full of ‘you must be successful at this or that’, only to spend the rest of your life getting rid of every one else’s expectations to find your own.
    But…like all else…it shows us both sides of the journey. Otherwise with what would we compare to understand what ‘feels’ right or wrong.
    I am now a successful human…a little battered and worn…but it took so many years to achieve this perfect…um….caricature 😂 🤣

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  4. Annika Perry

    I totally agree and love how we continue to learn beyond school, and even whilst still there so much is learned from life around us! I remember asking my grandfather who was a fount of knowledge about history and read endlessly why he didn’t take a degree in the subject. His ‘why?’ Summed it up perfectly!

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