"Experience is a hard teacher because she gives you the test firt, the lesson afterward." Vernon Law
I think this quote is interesting. First, everything we do is based off experience. Reading a book about Rome is an experience and so is travelling to Rome. So, what do you suppose Vernon Law really means? Does one experience hold more lessons than the other? Everything humans do breaks down to experience, so explain what YOU think the quote is getting at?
It occurred to me that it may be advantageous to make use of this blog feature on the website. If you are regularly checking the website, feel free to comment on the blog section of the site as well. I will pose questions occasionally and you will receive extra credit for your post. I will not make this information public; if you peruse the website, you should be able to figure it out; remember, you're in charge of your own education. :)
To earn the credit:
1. One paragraph response to the question addressed.
2. Formal response with strong punctuation and grammar.
Respond to the following statement:
"Not all those who wander are lost" J.R.R. Tolkien