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|Teachable. Hearts. Do not be anxious about anything,butineverything, |
byprayerand petition, with thanksgiving,presentyourrequests toGod. Philippians
... We try to share the wisdom of our experience. ... Experience teaches only the
|But a text -book of psychology, is not a work of art — or only secondarily and |
incidentally ... Experience teaches only the teachable, who are by no means as
numerous as Mrs, Micawber's papa's favourite proverb woula lead us to suppose.
|The 'truth' of which I was speaking just now is in fact no more than an acceptable |
verisimilitude. ... Experience teaches only the teachable, who are by no means as
numerous as Mrs Micawber's papa's favourite proverb would lead us to ...
|PETER DRUCKER •— > hose who teach middle school students are ** im _ / / |
sometimes called crazy. You have to be a little f ./ crazy to love ... please. Vicki
Caruana believe it! Bonnie Afman Emmorey Experience teaches only the
|Aristotle Education is what survives when what has been learned has been |
forgotten B. F. Skinner EXPERIENCE ... Aldous Huxley Experience teaches only
the teachable Aldous Huxley" Good judgment comes from experience, and ...
|Experience - the wisdom that enables us to recognize in an undesirable old |
acquaintance the folly that we have ... Ambrose Bierce The years teach much
which the days never know. ... Ally Sheedy Experience teaches only the
|Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what |
happens to him. ––Aldous Huxley. Experience : A comb life gives you after you
lose your hair. ––Judith Stern. Experience teaches only the teachable. ––Aldous
|789 “Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes.” Oscar Wilde “|
Experience teaches only the teachable. ... f battles are won by the side that
makes the fewest mistakes, and if experiences are in the mistakes, and if lessons
|“Experience teaches only the teachable.” Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) When I |
was about six years old, I wanted to learn how to ride a bike. My Dad decided that
the best way for me to learn was to push me down a hill next to our house.
|Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what he does with what happens |
to him. ~ Aldous Huxley, 1894-1963 ~ Introduction, Texts and Pretexts, 1932
Experience teaches only the teachable. ~ Huxley ~ Collected Essays, 1958 We