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From my point of view, it is out of question that we learn everything from book. Actually, the knowledge can tap into our deepest self when it is experience. Hence, I do not agree more with the idea "Not everything that is learn from books".

Of course, we can not deny the importance of wealth of information from books. It is a crucial tool which helps us broaden our horizon in a formal method. We can learn from the way to spell the first words to the way to solve a thorny problem.

However, no matter sophisticating the knowledge in books is, it will become worthless when not applying for particular situation. The important lessons can not be taught, they have to be experienced. For example, at one point of your life, you want to achieve your own goals, I think that no one can teach you how to reach them. No one can instruct you the way to be as cool as cucumber and try the best. In the same way, no one can give you a lecture about how to fall in love and get marriage.

We can not be sure that success at school and life are the same. Some former stars who know the way to satisfy their teachers in the past have to go to promote area to find jobs at now. I mean, learning from book is not enough, the only way to deal with our life is experiencing our own triumphs and disasters. Teachers and parents are valuable sources of advice when we are young. As we enter into new stage in our life, the advice we receive is very helpful because they had already had similar situations.

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