Knowledge speaks but wisdom listens

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Quote by Jimi Hendrix: “Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens”

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How well do you listen? What does that mean?

Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.

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Too often in life we seek only to be heard instead of truly listening to, and understanding those who matter to us most— the ones that we love in this world. Jimi knew, and it would serve us well me especially to heed his wise words. Sometimes we must decrease so that the relationship can increase. No truer words said than by Jimmy…One thing I always noticed the dude could not only play that guitar like he was an alien, but have you ever noticed how much and how nice of a smile the dude had when performing on stage? At the Monterrey Festival he many times was smiling broadly and pointing out into the crowd he had a good connection with the people. Indeed mattdougandesign… Remember the two guys from chariots of fire?

Post a Comment Leave a Comment This is a quote by Jimi Hendrix that I think speaks volumes to the plight of teachers and administrators in a time-ruled world. Taking the time to listen to others, whether they be students, parents, or teachers, can make or break the effect you can have on a conversation and in a relationship. In a school day that is governed by lesson blocks, break times, supervision minutes and planning times, it can be difficult for a teacher to consistently find the time to actually listen to your class and their ideas. Wisdom would tell us to sit back and listen. What we are told by students matters. It needs to drive instruction and forge lasting relationships through the cultivation of a strong rapport.

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