martes, 25 de febrero de 2014

Ignorance is a chronic disease

Whether in universities or Wikipedia, you have no choice but to meet our ignorance because it works as a chronic disease.

Health workers need to deal with our natural resistance to pain. In addition to knowing how to treat your body to ease discomfort, they also need to encourage us to endure the pain, saying: "we're done!, Strength, very little kick!, This is the last...".

As we are currently out of the situation, we can recognize that they lie to us godly. Overall, we do believe that it will be easier for us to overcome automatic response triggered by self-preservation.

In fact, these lies are useful because no one would claim "a bit more sincerity, please,do you believe it, they are treating me like a child...".

Education continues to be an invasive treatment because, to some extent, resembles a surgery where we removed ignorance and we transplanted a number of ideas.

Recall that we feel narcissistic love for our ignorance and our body naturally rejects everything that the teacher tries to implant ourselves-giving.

To help resist the cruelties inherent in the phenomenon of education, culture appeals to a lie that unfortunately ends up becoming true.

Like the nurse says "we're done!,Strength, very little kick!, This is the last..." culture tells us that in six years to finish school, finish in six years high school, which in five years will finish the degree, when the truth is you never finish learning.

Unfortunately, this delusion by which the culture encourages us to study "a little more, we're done" makes almost all stop studying when we deliver a title, when in fact ignorance is a chronic disease that needs to be addressed, by universities, schools, courses, seminars, educational or Wikipedia, for life.

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): La ignorancia es una enfermedad crónica.

(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.151)

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