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Posted by  BRUTUS on September 26, 2002 at 10:23:01:

In Reply to:  Re: learning is a life time process posted by Paul Malo on September 26, 2002 at 07:16:23:

yes sir ,when the door is open,but often the door is closed by the orthodoxy or by the student himself who feel more secure in his selfmade cocoon,when he got himself deliberately stuck in a fake or misleading architectural doctrine,or maybe he or she have the right to be tangled about this "SOMETHING",they need to believe and have faith about
a "SOMETHING",similar to the psychological struggle that a few "aliens " may suffer between their inherited religious faith and their acquired atheist logic.
maybe we should keep ourselves free to no end ,free as a bird in our reasoning and judgement,no pre-prepared non-edible junk food ,but this contrarianism should be reinforced by wise knowledge not by rebellious ignorant behaviour,because sometimes people may mix between the two!

 
 
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