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Unformatted text preview: Richard Tiller February 7, 2011 Dr. Disasa Education 202 Tiller 1 “What We Don’t Know Can Hurt Us” In life there are many sayings from past presidents and philosophers that have become famous and impacted us. The sayings also have been the building blocks for our country and have impacted my life by showing me how I need to live. The quote “What we don’t know can hurt us” has had the most impact on who I am. The quote shows that if we don’t know something it can harm us. I have seen not knowing something can hurt me through everyday life and while working. Globally this can affect us by dealing with other countries and relations. “What we don’t know can hurt us” is a quote that is very powerful. Though many examples in everyday life, I have seen that you need to increase my knowledge. For example, was while I was hanging out with my friend and he asked me, “When do the Carolina Gamecocks play at home again?” I replied, “I don’t have a clue.” This instance led me to go to Gamecocks play at home again?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course EDUCATION 202 taught by Professor Disasasa during the Spring '11 term at Presbyterian.
- Spring '11