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All real education is the architecture of the soul.
Real education should consist of drawing the goodness and the best out of our own students. What better books can there be than the book of humanity?
Real education is about genuine understanding and the ability to figure things out on your own; not about making sure every 7th grader has memorized all the facts some bureaucrats have put in the 7th grade curriculum.
Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing, the rest is mere sheep-herding.
Real education should educate us out of self into something far finer; into a selflessness which links us with all humanity.
The Lounge Lizards were relating with a tradition and it was like I was playing within a musical context. The guitar playing stood out as being different in some way. That was a real education for me.
I was 17 and just learning what high fidelity was, what good sound was, and learning the mechanics of tape machines. It was a real education, going right from the consumer end to the record factory.
My real education began when I entered the University of Chicago in September 1951 as a graduate student.
At the time it seriously troubled me, but in drafting me as Marshall Plan Administrator, President Truman did as great a favor for me as one man can do for another. It opened my eyes to many things of which I was totally unaware and it was the beginning of my real education.
I had no real education because I was in and out of schools so I decided that I would completely change my look, change my image, change my name and move to New York.
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