do whatever you want?
We can’t just have everyone doing whatever they want.
This is generally offered as a statement. Often as a rational, reliability-oriented, wise statement. But if you listen deeply, more often, it’s a question.
[image: Keri Smith]
Schools teach but a billionth of a percent of the knowledge in the world, yet we quibble endlessly about which billionth of a percent is important, and the order in which is should be presented. – Seymour Papert
Perhaps the most risky thing we can do is play it safe.
Our county [larimer in colorado] is 6th in the nation in suicide rate. Every 9 days someone takes their life.
Globally, the current suicide rate is one every 40 seconds. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death in 11-24 year olds.
The measure we are currently using toward success, the actions we are currently using to fix problems, even to determine which problems are problems, aren’t boding us well. – a be you book
The world is too big to know, and if we didn’t know that before, now we do.
You really can do whatever you want.
supposed to’s (are killing us) – Socrates
too much (suffocating us)
wasn’t einstein’s breakthrough for theory of relativity during the 2 yrs Princeton was shut down for..?
Imagine the social progress and technological advances that would be possible if we could only free people to do the things that they love doing.
follow your inner wiring – Emilie Wapnick
let’s try a nother way. we can’t not.