24 replies on “Weekly Wisdom 2 June

  1. Love this one, Kally. Knowledge brings one only to a certain point. Key is to be able to implement the gained knowledge, in combination with personal experience.
    Hope you and your beloved ones are still healthy and thus ok! XxX

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    1. Thank you so much, Patty! How are you doing? I saw on Facebook you are leaving social media totally? We are doing well here. Little one loves that our neighborhood is building up a new playground for the kids. She’s so excited!

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  2. I read in a book called think and grow rich by Napoleon,
    The origin of the word educate is to like develop from within into more potential…
    It comes from educe …

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    educe

    /ɪˈdjuːs/

    verb

    FORMAL

    verb: educe; 3rd person present: educes; past tense: educed; past participle: educed; gerund or present participle: educing

    bring out or develop (something latent or potential).

    “out of love obedience is to be educed”

    infer (something) from data.

    “more information can be educed from these statistics”

    Origin

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  3. Thank you for sharing!!.. “Any piece of knowledge I acquire today has a value at this moment exactly proportioned to my skill to deal with it. Tomorrow, when I know more, I will recall that piece of knowledge and use it better. “ Mark van Doren

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