When someone tells you that this is how you teach,

it is not how you should teach.

When you find a method that is guaranteed to succeed,

bet on it failing.

When you label things, they’re ready to be put on the shelf.

Don’t try and find the answer to it all; instead, try to find more questions.

If you stop asking questions, answers aren’t much use.

It’s tough not knowing the answers, but ignorance

is necessary if you’re ever going to know it all.

*My original commentary on Chapter 1 is here.

*The commentary on my paraphrased version is here.

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