Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dec 11, 2010-- During a winter semester at college a young student found himself struggling through a particularly dull class, "He (the professor) was terribly ill at ease, barely looking up at us students through his gold rimmed glasses. I felt that I needed to do something to stem the boredom that would ensue in his lecture, so I created a little game for myself." That "game" resulted in a quiet, yet profound life-lesson that speaks to the power of thoughtful questions. (11807 reads)
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