Degrees (Using Knowledge In The Real World)

Life is as good as we can utilize our knowledge to survive successfully. That said, I begin this report.

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I read the book and receive the full message. Getting through to vacant credits with no genuine foundations messes lives up fully, so entirely, that sometimes by the conclusion of these lives even if”successful” they can be a”train wreck”,”junk heap” and nothing to be aspired to to imitate for instance.What I mean by the words”actual foundations” of course is the sense of fact or”street feeling of survival” to back up the”publication feel” and”pretty diplomas” gotten in schools and learning institutions.Indeed, reality is an adventure, not vacant credits and ego building that say”you created it, you succeeded already without performing anything, go forth!” Truth is a practical experience in doing something real, nothing more, nothing less, and you either sink, swim or get through it ‘dog paddling’ into survival.So, regardless of how our egos are based by degrees, diplomas or graduating, if you don’t have the true experience in life to back up you, you are in trouble. Theory and bravado are not going to allow you to fight a thief in the street, just calm, realistic working knowledge of how to live and realistically (even in the event that you decide to fight if you know how to) act on what to do would be. This brings me to a point: Truth boils down to what we could do inside, not the egoistic accolades supplied by it without doing anything however.So, I finish with an anecdote about the Los Angeles Rams: In 2016, a quarterback named Jared Goff was drafted straight out of college halfway unproven for a total of $46.9 million dollars with a huge signing bonus, and he did not win a single Super Bowl with the team as called by the betting pundits, and sports color analysts and so on over the four-season span (2016-2020) he was with the Los Angeles Rams, and almost fifty million bucks is a steep price to pay for disappointment and he has the experience to back stuff up now that he is with the Detroit Lions. The point to this anecdote is that whatever the expectations, reality had better be fulfilled with experience and function or else it all signifies nothing, disappointment or whatever negative you want to call it.So, to end with just a tiny bit of road language: Truth is cold hard cash, and nothing else matters except the results you get, good or bad.My name is Joshua Clayton, I’m a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. In addition, I write under some pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my actual name, and now I compose from that for the most part today. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest action taker. In addition, I work at a senior center in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, but primarily I am a writer.

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