We learn through experience and experiencing, and no one teaches anyone anything. I knew that.

I learned this lesson early in life just after picking myself up off the floor. I had just finished informing my mother how much I knew about life, and it seemed she had other ideas regarding the matter.

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Team Foundation Server - Tracing Technical Requirements through to Tests and Builds

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QUOTATION: We learn through experience and experiencing, and no one teaches anyone anything. This is as true for the infant moving from kicking to crawling to walking as it is for the scientist with his equations. If the environment permits it, anyone can learn whatever he chooses to learn; and if the individual permits it, the environment will teach him everything it has to teach.
ATTRIBUTION: Viola Spolin (b. 1911), U.S. theatrical director, producer. Improvisation for the Theater, ch. 1 (1963).

Ken Garove