On our own


Azmyl Yunor

THERE’S an old Yiddish proverb that goes something like “If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans”. Nothing hits the truth of this saying – which I’m sure also exists in other cultures with similar truthful gusto if they believe in God – than in describing the world we live in now amid the pandemic.

In education, the simplistic (and false) binary of theory and practical subjects is a good starting point for what I want to unload off my chest in this piece: aren’t beliefs the most obvious and glaring theory we all hold onto as if it’s some tangible, peer-reviewed, and empirical evidence?


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