Purpose of Education



“We spend our lifetime learning in the school of Earth but when we graduate we go somewhere else. The purpose of education is not to get a good job but to simply enjoy the process of learning.”

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Helpless



“We are born and die helpless. In between, we spend a lifetime trying to understand it.”

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Conversation Dance



“A conversation is a like a dance: it takes two, but one has to lead and the other must follow. A good conversation is one that people do in fluid motion.”

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Kinds of Conversations



“There are three kinds of conversations: talking about others, talking about yourself and talking about ideas. The first two kinds of conversations are seeking attention; the third seeks expansion.”

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Why Stops You



“You can get anything accomplished by asking four questions: What? How? When? Who? But only one question stops you from moving forward and that is the question ‘why?'”

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Why?



“Asking questions that start with ‘what?’ will lead you to a possible future. Questions that start with ‘why?’ are an attempt to accept the past.”

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Validation



“A question that already contains the answer is a question of validation that can only be answered by the individual asking it.”

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Looking for Fish



“Asking questions is like fishing. You are looking for a fish with an emotional charge that contains the answer.”

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Question Questions



“It is a good practice to question the one asking the questions. You might be amazed how their ego or your internal dialogue can distort the truth into delusion.”

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Start with a Question



“Every step forward starts with a question. If you’re not sure what question to ask, invent one. If you don’t know what to ask next, look at your last answer.”

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