Mr. Saar Oron,

Thank you so much for your comments.

I agree with you completely. Having had the pleasure of being an Academic and having the opportunity to educate students brought so much humility to my work-ethic; students always have questions — regardless of whether they’re relevant or not, I always found it important to entertain the argument.

It invoke a sense of innovation and confidence which I find lacking in elderly business-men who will soon become dinosaurs.

It’s a problem we often face; the world is changing and the youth is taking control of much more complicated subjects that I had to tackle with when I was of their age.

It’s such an impeccable age of innovation and evolution,

I wrote an article about my own personal experiences when I was in School and just how badly executed their strategy was towards Knowledge.

The link is below if you’d be interested in reading it.

My kind regards,
Nabeel.

I failed to learn the piano, so I decided I’d play the keyboard instead. //All aboard the Crazytrain.

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