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|It is said that the root of education is bitter but the fruit is sweet. But as |
academicians, I believe every one should work to make even the roots of
education sweet. The book Textbook ofProsthodontics authored by Dr Deepak et
al takes a path ...
Michelle Ballif, Michael G. Moran - 2005 - 402 pages
|His example of a verbal chreia addresses Isocrates' saying that "the root of |
education is bitter, but the fruits are sweet" (Kennedy, Progymnasmata 98-99). At
this point in the curriculum, students begin to amplify their material within a more
|but Aesop is believed to have lived in the early sixth century b.c. Both collectors |
indicate that they are using Aesop's form for their own contributions, and ... For
example, Isocrates said, “The root of education is bitter, but its fruits are sweet.
|The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. -Aristotle I fully expect that |
somebody at this point might argue, “Chris, you are focusing too much on the '
down-and-out' side of things. I mean, come on, a whole session about 'pain', and
George Alexander Kennedy - 2003 - 231 pages
|An example of a useful one is, "Isocrates said that the root of education is bitter |
but the fruit is sweet." It refers to the need to endure difficulties for the pleasure
that follows them. An example of a charming one is, "When Olympias, the mother
Jerome,, Christopher A. Hall, Thomas C. Oden - 2012 - 232 pages
|From this principle also comes this old saying: “The roots of education are bitter, |
but the fruits are sweet.”31 some people understand the “watching” (or “nut-tree”)
rod to be the lord, about whom isaiah speaks: “There shall come forth a rod from
|altering the diction, expanding here and shortening there, but always keeping the |
general sense of 'the poet', it has been widely ... form, such as the favourite
example: 'Isocrates said that the roots of education are bitter, but the fruits are
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The root of education is bitter, but the fruit is sweet. Isocrates Dictionary of
Quotations (Classical) by Thomas Benfield Harbottle Swan Sonnenschein & Co.,
Patrick Gray, Gail R. O'Day - 2008 - 502 pages
|In pointing to the “fruit” (καρπὸν) of peace and righteousness that is the result of |
God's παιδεία, the author is adapting a ... The basic saying was, “The roots of
education are bitter, but the fruits are sweet,” with the word “fruit” sometimes
given in ...
Rajkumar Roy - 2002 - 852 pages
|The Internet and Education: Forces at War? James C. Bezdek ... This note |
discusses the impact of electronic communication on education. I argue that we ...
"The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet" Aristotle 1. Introduction
When I ...