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Ralph Waldo Emerson: Only he who has can give.
People come into this world to live. Sooner or later each one of them asks a question about the meaning and purpose of life. I believe that life consists of constant learning. Every day, every hour, every minute a person learns something new. Learning is not only the process of reading or memorizing by heart, but it is also listening, seeing, touching and most importantly, feeling. Everything a person knows is a result of this kind of experiential learning. That is why there are not many teachers who can really teach. Most of them, even if they personally have experienced deep feelings, st…
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