Well done. Cleverly laid out, intelligent and judicious.
Very mice work.
It has been said, “Not everything that is learned is contained in books”. Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experiences with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important? Why?
Books teach us many things, but they aren’t the only knowledge source of our life.
Books teach us many things, but they aren't the only source of knowledge in our lives.
I think, life experiences are more value than books.
In many ways, what we learn from life is more valuable than what we learn from books.
Many books teach us experiences that are belonged to other people, which of course are important. But we can’t learn anything, if we don’t test it by ourselves.
What books teach is the experience of other people. But we can't make this information our own until we experience it ourselves.
As childhood, when we are in school, we learn a lot of facts and information from books, but these aren’t all we learn at school.
As schoolchildren, we learn facts from books, but this is not all we learn from school.
We also learn how to make friends, how to deal with them, and how to speak with them. In class, we learn the meaning of success and fail. All these things are valuable.
We also learn about other people and our relationships with them, about interacting with others and making friends.
As youth, when we are in university, we learn information that is useful for our careers in future. But we also learn things don’t exist in books.
As youths in university, we learn the information that is required for our future careers. But we also learn skills that no book can teach us.
For example, we learn how to make decisions for ourselves. We learn to take on responsibilities. We learn skills that no book can teach us.
We learn to make decisions for ourselves and to take on responsibility.
As adulthood, we might take some courses that help our professionals.
In adulthood, we might continue to learn from books certain kinds of information important to our professions.
However, our experiences at work, at home, and with our friends teach us more.
But our professional experience teaches us more.
Although, learning from books goes parallel with our life, but we need to combine it with life experiences to make our life better. So you can read books but you have to value every moment in your life with other people.
Books are the priceless treasury of the human race, an endless source of the best ideas of the best minds that have ever lived. Learning from books runs parallel to our lives, but it is our experience with others -- at home or at work, at school or with friends -- that brings it to life.
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