What school forgot to teach me

School did not think that it was important to teach me how to be myself. How to embrace my uniqueness. How to stand out from the crowd. How to find my purpose in life.

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School taught me what was on the program for children of my age, for the degree which was available. School taught me how to  answer an exam paper exactly how we did it in class during revision. By the way, I am excellent at remembering what they asked me to study then forget everything after the exam. Do you remember what you have studied for an exam after it done?

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School forgot to teach me how to change the history of the world. The people changing the history of the world are the one society called crazy and fool but today they are heroes and game changer. They stand out from the crowd by questioning the educational system.

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Self education is the key to self actualization. The educational system only teaches me exactly what they wanted me to know. Well I have realized that it is my responsibility to educate myself. Don’t drop out of school today by the way, well I am just saying.

Are you being yourself?

Till next Sunday

Be yourself.



34 thoughts on “What school forgot to teach me

  1. The school system is not all the way right. But, it is not also all the way wrong. Some people like to be taught because they don’t have the courage to teach themselves for them; the school system is a great opportunity to learn. But, for others who are capable of teaching themselves the school system is helpful to them until they
    can reach a point where they can teach themselves.

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    1. I get your point. To know if you are able to do something by your own you have to try. If you never try you will never know!! Let give people opportunities to learn by themselves.

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      1. Yes, that is a good idea ! I think it is possible to improve the school system so that the students can have more opportunities to try and learn in a way that is comfortable for them.

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  2. Thank you for this post! this is why I can’t be in school anymore. It’s so miserable! Not everyone is happy in school (especially when it doesn’t let you express yourself much)!

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  3. I’m enjoying reading your posts every weeks. You often brings interesting theme.
    I will say that there are steps in life that are important to follow one by one. School teach us what is really important for us as we are growing up . It’s gives us the basis of what we need at early ages. We need school , for us to be intellectual, cultivated , responsible, reasonable , be able to know what is good for us so that we can be ourselves. School Does not teach us to be ourselves, instead It’s give us the major key to be ourselves. Without school, so many people wouldn’t have been who they are today.

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  4. School does have some good points; it must be balanced with self-accountability. This starts at home by teaching our children how to think and not always what to think! Question everything!

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  5. My answer might be a bit biased because my two parents are maths teachers and I am in college (English major in France because I’m frnech and sorry for the English mistakes btw )while having my blog on self-development but I think we need a bit of both because , education is still the basis and then self-actualization is the cherry on top to me as we need to know the box to get out of it ! Not only does it bring a certain stickiness but curiosity as well !So I am convinced that we can do both !

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