Quote by Anatole France
An education isn't how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It's being able to differentiate between what you know and what you don't.
This quote emphasizes that true education is not merely about the accumulation of factual knowledge or memorization. Rather, it lies in the ability to discern the boundaries of one's knowledge. A well-educated person understands the limitations of their own understanding and recognizes the gaps in their knowledge. This highlights the importance of humility, curiosity, and a lifelong commitment to learning in order to constantly expand one's understanding and engage in continuous self-improvement.
I feel that any form of so called psychotherapy is strongly contraindicated for addicts. The question Why did you start using narcotics in the first place? should never be asked. It is quite as irrelevant to treatment as it would be to ask a malarial patient why he went to a malarial area.