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.
Coming up for Air.
The day began as any other; we had our morning school assembly, proceeding to our class rooms in an orderly fashion and…
My kind regards,