Sunday, October 9, 2011
Hmmm? I think is what she meant is that whoever they were talking about didn't receive a formal education. Even though I am in the midst of "formal education" (by that it means I spend quite a bit of money to have someone give me information to read and then give me a deadline to make sure I have understood it and made it somewhat useful, and get a piece of paper and a title at the end), I know that that isn't the only way to gain an education.
I can gain a great education just reading on my own and especially when i record my thoughts and insight.
I can gain a great education watching people and truly listening to what they feel and think.
I can gain a great education spending time in nature. Nature is a fabulous teacher.
I can gain a great education attending church or other free seminars.
I can gain a great education from my mistakes, even more than my successes.
I can gain a great education surfing the internet.
And yes I can even gain a great education from TV or reading tabloid covers while in line at the grocery store. (It is nice to keep updated on the Jen and Brad drama!!)
Education comes in many ways and is all that is necessary is a thirst for learning. (and a natural curiosity of what the stars are doing:-))
Posted by Tanya at 1:18 PM