Ray Bradbury’s parents couldn’t afford to send him to college.
Since he couldn’t go to college, he read every book in the town’s public library.
He turned out okay.
If you’re reading this you have access to the greatest library the world has ever known.
Make the most of it.
Public school is designed to turn you into a cookie-cutter cog for The Machine. That way you can easily replace someone, and someone else can easily replace you.
We were meant to be unique individuals with unique functions.
We weren’t meant for soul-sucking jobs.
School doesn’t teach how to be happy, or any number of other skills necessary to be a functioning adult.
School doesn’t teach you to ask deep, probing questions.
School doesn’t teach you how to think, it teaches you what to think.
School is the mold. Break it.