Valedictorian Speaks out against Industrialized Education

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PostTue Aug 10, 2010 3:53 pm » by Thebluecanary


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Bless her heart, she isn't the best speech giver, but if you listen to what she says it's pretty cool to hear this coming from a teenager. The Zen proverb that she quotes which is cut off from the first few minutes of the video is this: "Here I stand

There is a story of a young, but earnest Zen student who approached his teacher, and asked the Master, "If I work very hard and diligently, how long will it take for me to find Zen? The Master thought about this, then replied, "Ten years." The student then said, "But what if I work very, very hard and really apply myself to learn fast – How long then?" Replied the Master, "Well, twenty years." "But, if I really, really work at it, how long then?" asked the student. "Thirty years," replied the Master. "But, I do not understand," said the disappointed student. "At each time that I say I will work harder, you say it will take me longer. Why do you say that?" Replied the Master, "When you have one eye on the goal, you only have one eye on the path."

Her name is Erica Goldson and she gave this speech in June of this year.
Remember, in a real conspiracy, all players are pawns regardless of their rank.
-----Christopher Hyatt

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