Enter to Learn; Exit to Serve
Enter to learn…
Education is the progressive discovery of one’s ignorance. Learning how to learn is the basis of education. It directs our choice between right and wrong. It is a good system of education which indicates the principles of humanity. Nature brings out the distinction between man and brute, and education brings out the difference between one man and another. It is education which makes people easy to lead but hard to drive, easy to govern but hard to enslave.
There was an elderly person planting some acorns. A man passing by asked, “Old man, look at your age. Do you think you will live long enough to see the Oak trees?” And the man replied, “All the trees that have given me shade and fruits – did I plant all of them? There are people coming behind me too”
. . . Exit to serve