What was the best or most important lesson you learned at school? What was it? Or, have you learned more important lessons from the school of life?
I like anyone who will teach me something I don’t know, but going to school was never the best teacher. Finding out that not all teachers are smart, or that not everything is true just because you read it in a book — I didn’t learn any of that in school.
Learning to depend upon myself was probably the best lesson ever, and I learned that from my parents.
I think school was a series of lessons about socialization and becoming who you are more than the subjects taught. Overall, life is a much better teacher.
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