education

A Quote by Earon on science, research, profound, truth, process, education, medicine, and health

Science too often trivializes the profound, answering questions that are very different from the ones that were asked.  To formulate a question suitable for scientific research too often requires us to forget what it was that we really wanted to know.

Earon Davis

Source: Writings

Contributed by: Earon

A Quote by Adi Da Samraj on egolessness, reality, truth, and education

There are two most fundamental Great Principles in Reality Itself that are relevant and most essential for humankind.

The First Great Principle in Reality Itself is intrinsic egolessness (or no-"self").

The Second Great Principle in Reality Itself is subordinate only to the First Great Principle in Reality Itself.

The Second Great Principle in Reality Itself is prior unity (or no-"difference").

Adi Da Samraj

Source: Adi Da Samraj, Zero-Point Education, Not-Two IS Peace, http://www.da-peace.com/zeropointeducation2.html

Contributed by: zorkon

A Quote by Myles Horton on education, struggle, effort, and try

If you only try to do the things where you win, then you'll never try to do anything worth doing.

Myles Horton

Contributed by: Kerry

A Quote by Donald Rumsfeld, my Dad on encouragement, inspiration, courage, wisdom, and education


We are living in a period of tumult and change. We face new threats that will require more than new technologies. To defend freedom in the 21st century, you will have to bring innovation, flexibility, and agility to your posts.

Don't be afraid to think for yourself - to take risks, and try new things. You may meet resistance along the way - expect opposition - but don't be dissuaded. Progress in life has come generally from those who swim upstream.

Whatever new threats and challenges may emerge, our nation will be able to face them squarely, deal with them, and yet allow our people to continue to live free and unafraid. The decisions you make, the courage and creativity you bring to your responsibilities, will determine America's future. Liberty and our way of life are fragile gifts - their care is in your hands. We thank you for stepping forward to shoulder that immense responsibility. Your country is grateful, and proud of each of you.

Donald Rumsfeld

Source: My Dad, Donald Rumsfeld, former Secretary of State

Contributed by: Cheryl

A Quote by Malcolm X on education, equality, and success

"Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today."

Malcolm X (1925 - 1965)

Contributed by: Shae

A Quote by Jeremy Clarkson on moey, education, government, suffering, fear, and race

Governments would rather spend their money on another bomber than education, and why do we fear black men when every bit of suffering in our lives has a Caucasian face attached to it?

Jeremy Clarkson

Contributed by: capreycorn

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, finite, infinite, salvation, order, preconditions, principles, phenomena, reality, character, spirit, and education

Nothing in the matter-of-fact or finite order of experience is directly or obviously grounded in actual authoritative principles; phenomena do not permit us to see through them to their infinite preconditions, and certainly not even to comprehend or conceptualize what kinds of things those preconditions may be. It is only through holistic and variably stressed principles that we can see the formation or architectonics of finite realities, in accordance with those lawful and ordering forces. There is no empirical path to principles, no psychological route to values or ultimate duties or essential character: hundreds of millions of human beings may despair of not having "salvation" who do not and cannot ever comprehend what the issue even is, i.e. the onslaught of the finite order that threatens to make our ambiguously finite/infinite spirit into just another finite particle within the finite world. We have to be always carrying out our self-education dialectically, with one eye on each domain, the finite and the infinite, each of which demands its own peculiar modus of intelligence and insight from us.

Kenneth Smith

Contributed by: Dave

A Quote by unknown on children and education

"The important thing is not so much that every child should be taught, as that every child should be given the wish to learn."

unknown

Contributed by: Patrick

A Quote by Sumner M. Davenport on education, entrepreneur, and success

Most entrepreneurs enter into their self employment adventure with the education of an employee.

Sumner M. Davenport

Contributed by: missy.katz

A Quote by Michael Gerber on education, entrepreneur, and success

The entrepreneur builds an enterprise; the technician builds a job.

Michael Gerber

Contributed by: missy.katz

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