Real Education Quotes by Max Beerbohm, Ezra Pound, Satish Kumar, Tom Brokaw, John F. Kennedy, Albert Einstein and many others.
The one real goal of education is to leave a person asking questions.
Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing, the rest is mere sheep-herding.
That was my real education in the world – I learned politics, the social and cultural life of India, Hindu tradition and religion, and Buddhism.
I was a young man working in Omaha, Nebraska, in the mid-1960s when I received a call, and I was summoned to Atlanta to work at WSB. It was, for me, the beginning of a real education about the South.
Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength of the nation.
Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.
The Lounge Lizards were relating with a tradition and it was like I was playing within a musical context. The guitar playing stood out as being different in some way. That was a real education for me.
Real education has to draw out the best from the boys and girls to be educated.
What better book can there be than the book of humanity.
I received the fundamentals of my education in school, but that was not enough. My real education, the superstructure, the details, the true architecture, I got out of the public library.
I was 17 and just learning what high fidelity was, what good sound was, and learning the mechanics of tape machines. It was a real education, going right from the consumer end to the record factory.
A real education takes place, not in the lecture hall or library, but in the rooms of friends, with earnest frolic and happy disputation.
All real education is the architecture of the soul.
There is no real education that does not respond to felt need; anything else acquired is trifling display.
I had no real education because I was in and out of schools so I decided that I would completely change my look, change my image, change my name and move to New York.
Real education should enable one to utilise the knowledge one has acquired to meet the challenges of life and to make all human beings happy as far as possible.
The only real education comes from what goes counter to you.
A man’s real education begins after he has left school. True education is gained through the discipline of life.
My real education began when I entered the University of Chicago in September 1951 as a graduate student.