To debunk “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” – Albert Einstein

“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.”
– Albert Einstein

Huu man! NO wonder Einstein was depressed (suppressed) through the system of thinking, had to drink and died in misery. With all respect, not all quotes by Einstein are incorrect, but this one does not stand the test of time. FACTS are REAL and the mind/thinking is illusion! Wakey, wakey…

NO wonder we/kids/adults get all kinds of mental disorders (energy addictions) like ADHD, dyslexia, anorexia, schizofrenia, sex addiction, consumerism, shop-a-holic, etc., through NOT learning FACTS but being trained into the FICTION/FRICTION of/as the mind/thinking causing all sorts of feelings and emotions that make us humans instable.

Be Still and Know – I am God

Real Education is the learning of facts

Education is the learning of facts and stopping the mind from fucking (thinking) in your brain/body”. – Sylvie Jacobs

Reptilians - Thought and thinking a deliberate creation of control - Part 105

What power/ability did the Human as the Mind have that the Creators wanted to Suppress through the system of Thinking?

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13 thoughts on “To debunk “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” – Albert Einstein

    • The actual quote is:
      β€œIt is not so very important for a person to learn facts. For that he does not really need a college. He can learn them from books. The value of an education in a liberal arts college is not the learning of many facts, but the training of the mind to think something that cannot be learned from textbooks.”
      I believe the abridged version removes the context and changes the meaning. The quote comes from Einstein’s 1921 response to Thomas Edison’s statement that a college education is useless.

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  2. Admittedly, I think Einstein may have “lost the plot” a bit with some of his god beliefs/quotes? 😦
    I think they even contradicted his prior assertions! 😦

  3. We’re all entitled to an opinion. It’s difficult for me to ask an intelligent question unless i think about it 1st. Thinking happens at light speed, perhaps even outside of time.

    • Opinion in it’s Very Origination is the Creation of a Dimension within the Mind as a Memory, within which the Opinionator is the Main Character that is Always Right because in the Memory, the Whole World is also Created by the Opinionator, and the Whole World is in the Memory, Agreeing with the Opinion – and therefore, anyone that may Enter the Consciousness of the Opinionator and Disagree with the Opinion, is Immediately Discarded and Disregarded with β€œI have my Opinion/Memory, you are Free to Have Yours” – and in an Instant, the Real World is Enslaved to Billions of Opinions unable to Work Together to Create a World that is Best for All Physical Bodies that are Really, Actually Existing – while Opinions are just Person Lies of Self-Interest that are Illusions, but in Fact Delusions – as they are Delivered by the Character that Possesses the Physical Body to Protect the Delusions even if it Means that Half the World Must Suffer in Poverty and the Animal Kingdom must be Driven to Extinction – while the Solution is to Ban all Opinions, as they are Obviously Harmful to Life and are a Mental Disorder that is, curiously enough, even used by Psychology – as Psychology is Currently only a Matter of Opinion that is of No Real Value to Life in the Physical World.

  4. Learning to think means controlling your mind, the nice parts and the others, control which facts that you want remind later, intuitively discard faster what is not going to give you something that you want in this moment, etc. If you choose that you are not going to think, then you are teaching to your mind how to think anyway.

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