, a category that has raised an assumption about the acquisition of
not necessarily being from books. From my perspective, as everything depends on the type of profession a person pursues, neither domain should be valued more than the other.
On the one hand, books are ideal for academicians who pursue higher education or aim at working
abstract concepts in theory. For
, information, and research conducted through
that provides mankind with the best access to an enormous source of intellectual
. To illustrate, the availability of previous work and research from illustrious scientists, mathematicians, or physicists
essential for those whose professions belong to science because of its strong foundation and effective assistance in solving current scientific mysteries.
-related books, is thereby deemed as the world’s greatest legacy, which leads to inventions and discoveries that exceed
as computers, robotics, or facts about the universe. In a word, books help mankind push back the boundaries of human
erasing all of the scientific or social misconceptions.
On the other hand
, the suitability of real-life
fits those whose occupation is to personally deal with people. The reason is that the interpersonal ability when working with people, not with abstract theories, can only improve by trials and errors.
, being an effective teacher requires the accumulation of
because of the diversity of students. Due to the differences in students’ ability to absorb
, personalities, and attitudes, the adoption of various teaching methods is essential, which results from difficulties dealing with students. Unlike mathematics or physics, whose formulas’ application is possible within almost any problem, the diversity of real-life situations is
that regardless of the number of books read, personal experiences are limited to individuals only.
, should not be depreciated compared to that from books.
In conclusion, both methods of learning, whether it is from books or
, benefit people. While books are essential for
suitable for interpersonal-related professions. As the importance of each type of learning depends on the purpose and the
people pursue, neither should be considered as more valuable than the other.