15 thoughts on “~Proverbs {478}~”

  1. Love this💙 It reminds me of a quote from Deepak Chopra: “Write your purpose in pen but your path in pencil”. I think it is that we around💙💙

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      1. Sometimes it’s like unlearning math. No matter what you do, you can’t undo that 2+2=4. Unless you want to get more complicated and assert that it untrue for large quantities of 2. Then you’re into defining quantities of numerical digits, decimals, and sometimes fractions for division purposes. If it’s taught right the first time, knowledge builds on it. Unlearning is more complicated because we’ve already built the house. Now you have to dismantle nail by nail. But it’s worth doing no matter how difficult.

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      2. True, well said. Unlearning can be a strange process as the foundations are shaky, the whole house can come tumbling down resulting in depression in some cases and then relearning after the dark night of the soul. Many ways to look at this. 🙏🏻

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      3. Yes. Which makes it a very interesting topic. The more facets, the more one can learn from it by seeing other’s perspectives. Everything worth knowing is worth exploring and sometimes you can only go as far as your own brain can imagine, but with another set of eyes, you can find new depths to something you were sure you already understood.

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      4. Absolutely, I think it is good to gain knowledge, taking an holistic approach, on all areas of life and learning about the world; contemplating and reflection, not necessarily subscribing to any ideas yet holding them as possibilities and ideas. 🌹🙏🏻

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