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I read something on the internet that was actually pretty thought provoking..

"I walk into a room of 1st graders and I see a room full of scientists"

"They ask how big the sun is, why we have toes, what is the Moon made out of" it goes on to say something to say that these are big questions or something like that.

"Then I go into a room full of college graduates and nobody says a thing, no questions" they have lost their natural curiosity and inquisitiveness, something horrible has happened in between this time and it shows something wrong with the education system.

That was pretty much the gist of it. It's true though we start off in life being curious and interested in learning, there's a sense of mystery and that dies as we grow up. We become apathetic and self aware.
Nanori · 26-30, F
We lose our self awareness and soul, school makes sure of that
Dolimyte · 36-40, M
Nah, I'm still curious. I'll never be just another brick in the wall.

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