Paradox of Learning

Learning involves a Paradox. To do the right thing, proper knowledge is a must. On the contrary, improper knowledge makes one a misguided person.

So, as a learner, one must be able to find out and maintain the distinction between proper knowledge and improper knowledge.

Learning without ethical guidance is like travelling without a cause and a goal.

So, stop learning, if you are yet to follow the teachings minimally.

Knowledge is like nutrition. So long it is proper, it is good; if it is not, then it is extremely toxic and fatal.

Try to utilize knowledge, instead of drowning to death in the ocean of unnecessary information.

Use knowledge. Don’t be used by knowledge. Use knowledge as a vehicle. Do not take it as a destination.

Follow ‘knowledge for Life’, NOT ‘knowledge for knowledge’.

মন্তব্য-প্রতিমন্তব্য

Sufi Nafiz Imtiaz Shimul: আপনার কথার চেয়ে এ কথাটা আরেকটু গোছানো। এটা একটা mooc থেকে পাওয়া। “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” — Alvin Toffler

Sourav Abdullah: Can knowledge be unnecessary? To me, unnecessary stuffs can’t be knowledge, rather a burden of information.

সামাজিক আন্দোলন: অর্জিত জ্ঞানকে বাস্তবে অনুসরণ না করে অযথা জ্ঞান অর্জনের পিছনে ছুটাছুটি করা মোটেও সমীচীন নয়।

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