Learning of something new requires a giving up of the old self and a death of outworn knowledge

Learning of something new requires a giving up of the old self and a death of outworn knowledge

‘…learning of something new requires a giving up of the old self and a death of outworn knowledge. To develop a broader vision we must be willing to forsake, to kill, our narrower vision. In the short run it is more comfortable not to do this — to stay where we are, to keep using the same microcosmic map, to avoid suffering the death of cherished notions.”

The Road Less Traveled P. 193

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