Acknowledgement of knowledge

I thought long and I thought hard and came to a conclusion. There’s no way I’m ever going to be able to share knowledge in the same way as Donna Cavanagh, founder of or Kathy Minicozzi, the free-flowing fountain of knowledge, who by her own admission, sometimes makes things up. It’s not that I don’t want to share, it’s that I simply don’t know anything that’s worth sharing. This has always been the case until today. Today, the patron saint of mockers becomes the patron saint of mockers who can join the aforementioned brilliant educators and tell you the answer to not 3, but 2 questions:

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6 thoughts on “Acknowledgement of knowledge”

    1. I think it was Robert Fulghum that said:

      “I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge – myth is more potent than history – dreams are more powerful than facts – hope always triumphs over experience – laughter is the cure for grief – love is stronger than death”

      1. Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”

          1. Einstein kind of looked like a beer type, didn’t he?

            Thanks for the quotes about imagination. It’s always nice to get affirmation for a tendency to make things up.

          2. Einstein looked like he had beer flowing through his veins alright. Don’t worry about making things up, we all do it. Pssst, I know I said I was the patron saint of mockers but I’m not. I’m not even a saint.

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