rightly in education




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  1. I was reading a book (The Sunne in Splendour, Spanish edition that is) and I’ve just read a line in which John Warwick says something like “Don’t try to live in someone else’s shoes, soon you’ll find that they are not suitable for you, and you will be uncomfortable” (the line in the English edition of the novel could be different but the meaning is the same). You are yourself and that’s fantastic because there’s nothing like you in the universe, not a single person, wonderful miracles we are, so many people in the world (past and future) and you are one of the most beautiful human beings ever, inside and out. And you have something in you, wisdom, which is the will to learn.

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