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thisisejkoh
You study, study, study, and at the end, you are lucky enough to discover the greatest gift of education: that you know nothing at all.
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Joe Bunting 6 Jan 14
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Was just thinking about this while reading Socrates' Apologia. We are wise in that we know we know nothing.
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Anand R 10 Sep 15
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You make a great point Ms. Koh. One made by wifey too. Every morning, afternoon, and evening. Inspired to post on this. Thanks.
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chilizyi charles mwe 10 Sep 15
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wonderful words, but then it is very unfair to study so much and then discover that you know nothing. Shame
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sandy chorus 11 Sep 15
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,indeed true,but often times ignored by youngsters nowadays.
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Patty Ramirez 13 Sep 15
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I hope that I never stop learning, imagine what I would miss if I thought I'd knew everything!
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Winnerman 6 Nov 15
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This is why iget discouraged at times. Education is like a vast subject that you can never cover.
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Salty MaMa 10 Nov 15
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This guy taught me everything, but I hated him.
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Matthew Wetmore 19 Jul 17
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Thanks to WordPress I'm using this as my topic! The gift of knowing nothing... remain a student of life, for life.
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CE Inkibitz 26 Oct 17
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Sometimes an education brings a person to this realization sooner rather than later, some people take a lifetime to realize it.
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Yusif Nov 26
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Just keep doing what you like doing most, I believe that's the key to discovery.
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