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Thinking for herself

Thinking for Yourself

Think for YourselfA simple quote posted on a Facebook wall …

“Think for Yourself, Question Everything” stirred up some interesting conversations from people who had a few things to say regarding how they were taught in school. I myself had a few things to say in regards to my frustration at having a strong desire to learn and being curious about everything – only to be told to “shut-up, sit-down, DON’T-question, do-as-you-are-told”.  When I’d ask “Why?” The answer was always, “So you’ll know how to follow instructions.”

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