Quote by Charles Dickens
Electric communication will never be a substitute for the face of someone who with their soul encourages another person to be brave and true.
This quote emphasizes the limitations of electronic communication in truly promoting courage and authenticity. While electronic communication, such as through social media or messaging apps, allows for quick and convenient interaction, it lacks the profound impact of face-to-face interaction. The quote suggests that nothing can replace the power of personal connection, where individuals can witness the genuine emotions and intentions behind someone's words. It highlights the importance of human connection and the impact it can have on inspiring bravery and truthfulness in others.
In a word, we may reasonably hope for the virtual abolition of education when has fully had its way. All incentives to learn and all penalties for not learning will vanish.The few who might want to learn will be prevented; who are they to overtop their fellows? And anyway the teachers--or should I say, nurses?--will be far too busy reassuring the dunces and patting them on the back to waste any time on real teaching. We shall no longer have to plan and toil to spread imperturable conceit and incurable ignorance among men. The little vermin themselves will do it for us.