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Wisdom in Story - Questioning Learning

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 Parables are magical puzzles

 

                Questioning Learning

     Questioning Learning Image "Why do I need math?" Said James to his older brother John. "Why should I need to multiply, divide, add, and subtract? What good is it?"
      Although brother John understood the reason, he could not explain enough. James would simply have to discover the reason for himself.
      "Why do I need algebra?" Said John to older brother Jeff. "What good will it do for me in life? I shall probably never need to use it."
      Although brother Jeff understood the reason, he could not explain enough. John would simply have to discover the reason for himself.
      “Geometry and trigonometry, why do I need to learn about that?" Said brother Jeff to brother Joe. "Why should I care about points, lines, and angles? What has all that to do with me?"
      Although brother Joe understood the reason, he could not explain enough. Jeff would simply have to discover the reason for himself.
      "Why do I need Calculus?" Said Joe to teacher  Jack.

 

Find this story and many others in Wisdom's Way: Tales, Treasures, Truths - available at jemelww.com

Questioning Learning is a short story excerpt from Wisdom's Way: Tales, Treasures, Truths

Copyright 2010 Steven A. Barben

 

Steven A. Barben shares stories from his book - Wisdom's Way: Tales, Treasures, Truths in "Wisdom in Story;" provides stone information  and tales that typify emotions, moods, and personality or character symbols of various stones in "Wonder in Stone;" and clears confusion, raises awareness, and opens stone, gem and jewelry understanding in "Stone Truth."

 

 

                                                                                                                                                


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