Learning is weightless...a treasure you always carry easily. - Chinese Proverb

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Dallas McPheeters is an Educational Technologist.
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“Without deep reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other people.” – Albert Einstein

    As noted by Physicist Albert Einstein in the quote above, we inherently exist for others. Since our existence for others is a given fact that should be concluded by reasonable folks, the only variable becomes the nature of our relationship to those others for whom we are existing. Do we exist to control, manipulate, dominate, or rule over others? Or do we exist to share, serve, and sacrifice for others?

    It seems to me the aftertaste of one's education depends upon whether they were shepherded or merely herded; nurtured or merely driven to market.

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