Leah Hager Cohen Quotes.
In England, coffeehouses were dubbed penny-universities, because for the admission price of one cent, a person could sit and be edified all day long by scholars, merchants, travelers, community leaders, gossips, and poets.
Increasing pressure on students to subject themselves to ever more tests, whittling themselves down to rows and rows of tight black integers upon a transcript, all ready to goose-step straight into a computer.
For why are we here if not to try to fathom one another? Not through facts alone, but with the full extent of our imaginations. And what are stories if not tools for imagining?
Who could ever tell a story complete?
The ability to know oneвЂ™s limitations, to recognize the bounds of oneвЂ™s own comprehensionвЂ”this is a kind of knowing that approaches wisdom.