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“To understand something, you have to rely on your experience and culture.

Does this mean that it is impossible to have objective knowledge?”

Learning does not only materialized within the four corners of an institution, neither does it happen only at the phase when we are going to school. Every day is a learning day- a new day to ascertain and understand something different. Whatever we are ignorant yesterday maybe known to us today. Learning doesn’t stop with our graduation or with acquiring doctorate or master degree, but rather, it continues until our minds ceased to function.

Everyone comprehends things in different ways and perspective. Opinions vary based on individual’s point of view. This can be, because we are raised with different outlooks in life, we have different experiences and we are under different cultures. What maybe unknown to you, maybe famous to some, or the other way.

We are looking at the same lenses, we are viewing the same image, yet we are interpreting it differently. Why? It is because we have different opinions and understanding. It is true, that experiences are the best teachers! Whatever you have experienced in the past will teach you something that will forever serve as a lesson, be it good or bad. As the saying goes, “it’s the journey that matters, not the destination”.

Culture- the ancient practices that even nowadays influence us in a way or two. We believed differently, we think differently or we understand differently because we are bind to different cultures. We embrace those long ago heritages without us noticing that we are learning from it. The more we are connected to our culture, the more we understand ourselves.

Maybe I should say that ‘we’ are the best tutor we can find to help us understand things. Our own experiences will surely offer us unique knowledge that will forever serve as our gear and armor in facing life. Our own culture will teach us to appreciate not only those who are around as but most importantly, ourselves. It is more essential that we have deeper perceptive of certain things before we can explain and let others understand it, too.

But the bottom line is, “If we rely on our own experiences, does this mean that it is impossible to have objective knowledge?”

Definitely, not! We still need objective knowledge, because it’s the fundamental learning that is first introduced to us. Thru objective knowledge, we start to grasp things in a precise manner. It is the education we acquire from school thru books. Thru it, we are given the actual meaning of certain ideas, more accurate and vivid.

It doesn’t mean that because we have acquired subjective understanding, we will, no longer need objective type. We can still have objective knowledge since we are more familiar and acquainted with it.

So, therefore, these two goes together in order to give us better understanding and better learning. We learn from what is imparted to us in school as well as what is based from our own ideas. Whichever we view higher, it is still important that we know that we need these things for our benefit.

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Hi chlienchan;
I've made some suggestions on your text.
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Learning does not only materialized (base form of verb) within the four corners (walls) of an institution, neither (nor) does it happen only in at the phase of life when we are going to school. Every day is a learning day- a new day to ascertain and understand something different. Whatever we are ignorant about yesterday may be (two words) known to us today. Learning doesn’t stop with our graduation or with acquiring a doctorate or masters degree, but rather, it continues until our minds ceased (base form of verb) to function.

Everyone comprehends things in different ways and from different perspectives. Opinions vary based on an individual’s point of view. This can be, (no comma) because we are raised with different outlooks in life, or we have different experiences or and we are under the influence of different cultures. What may be(two words) unknown to you, may be (two words) famous to others some, or the other way around.

We are looking through the same lenses, and we are viewing the same image, yet we are interpreting it differently. Why? It is because we have different opinions and understandings. It is true, that experiences are is the best teachers! Whatever you have experienced in the past will teach you something that will forever serve as a lesson, be it good or bad. As the saying goes, “it’s the journey that matters, not the destination”.

Culture - the ancient practices that even nowadays influence us in a many ways or two. We believed differently, we think differently or we understand differently because we are bound to different cultures. We embrace those long ago heritages our heritage without us noticing that we are learning from it. The more we are connected to our culture, the more we understand ourselves.

Maybe I should say that ‘we’ are the best tutor we can find to help us understand things. Our own experiences will surely offer us unique knowledge that will forever serve as our gear and armor in facing life. Our own culture will teach us to appreciate not only those who are around as but most importantly, ourselves. It is more essential that we have deeper perceptives on of certain things before we can explain them and let others understand it, too.

But the bottom line is, (colon and no quote marks. It is not a quotation.) “If we rely on our own experiences, does this mean that it is impossible to have objective knowledge?”

Definitely, (no comma) not! We still need objective knowledge, because it’s the fundamental learning that is first introduced to us. Thru objective knowledge, we start to grasp things in a precise manner. It is the education we acquire from school thru books. Thru it, we are given the actual meaning of certain ideas, (no comma)more accurately and vividly.

It doesn’t mean that because we have acquired subjective understanding, we will, (no comma) no longer need objective type. We can still have objective knowledge since we are more familiar and acquainted with it.
So, therefore, these two go together in order to give us better understanding and better learning. We learn from what is imparted to us in school as well as what is based from our own ideas. Whichever we view in higher esteem, it is still important that we know that we need these things for our benefit.
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