Learning does not eradicate ignorance Essay

1160 Words Feb 21st, 2014 5 Pages
LEARNING DOES NOT ERADICATE IGNORANCE

INDRODUCTION : Learning is the consistent and deep engagement of the mind and body in the active pursuit of knowledge and experience from birth to death.
“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.” -Albert Einstein. Now, science is helping to support the importance of learning in keeping brains active and healthy for a lifetime. But on the other hand, ignorance is bliss.Ignorance is much easier: it asks nothing, requires nothing, and means nothing. It’s comfortable. This seems to be destroying humanity, slowly but surely. So, it is extremely necessary to eradicate ignorance. But
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The concept itself has bugged or nagged scientists and religious scholars for centuries. But, the concept of life is more than just a concept. It is a living and breathing human being, who has a conscience, a subconsciousness and a consciousness.
Thus, they realize and understanding that they are living life. They know they are in existence and wonder why? Many look for a meaning for their life, yet more and more die without one. Many look to god for guidance or purpose, but that points to them not understanding, yet they do not realize it.
The simple facts of life really boil down to only a few basic human characteristics that must be keep in check at all times. Your actions, should be honest and not harmful to anyone. You should remain responsible about being honest with yourself and others. You should know that you are connected in life to those who are living around you. You are connected, because you are around them and your actions affect/effect them, as well their actions have an impact on your life.

Chosen Ignorance negates learning..... The beauty of life is that we can control what we do. We can, on an individual basis, prevent other people from manipulating others by standing by the person who is being manipulated. We can show them the truth and let them decide from themselves.
It requires a person to always keep an open mind, to the possibilities, that there are factors that they are not aware of or do not see. Many people think "choice" is an

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