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experience is much more important than learning from books since our real lives concern more about knowledge from experience than knowledge from are the source of knowledge. However, from my point of view, learning from
enthusiastically study in classroom, we have learned several mathematic equations, or a number of science theories. Of course, they all are necessary for some professional occupations, such as scientist, engineer, and doctor, but not for all careers.
matter is always follow-concerned theories. For example, a person who has learned science can know how long that an apple falls to the ground takes. Certain
have to be experienced. No one can teach us how we can get along with others well when we have to change to a new society. Books cannot teach us how to adjust behavior to satisfy others, and think optimistically when we confront a trouble.
depend on any theory or equation. A solution from experience is always depending on the situation and other factors influencing the problem. This is because living experience is so fine and complex that cannot be determined by theories or equations.
knowledge, extremely hard or easy to cope with, that cannot be handled by just knowledge