Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Experience fails to teach where there is no desire to learn.
This quote highlights that simply going through life and gaining experiences is not enough to acquire knowledge and wisdom. Without a genuine thirst for learning and curiosity, one cannot fully benefit from their experiences. The quote emphasizes that learning and growth require an active desire to seek knowledge and understanding, rather than simply passively observing or going through the motions. It suggests that the willingness and eagerness to learn are essential for extracting valuable lessons from our experiences.
I walk up and down the rows. The heads look like rubber halloween masks. They also look like human heads, but my brain has no precedent for human heads on tables or in roasting pans or anywhere other than on top of a human bodies, and so I think it has chosen to interpret the sight in a more comforting manner. - Here we are at the rubber mask factory. Look at the nice men and woman working on the masks.