Some people believe that we cannot learn anything from the past for our life today, while others believe that history is a valuable source of information to understand human's life. Discuss both views and give your opinion. Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

We all done things in the past that may
had
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have
succeed
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succeeded
, or failed,
however
, to argue that the proportion of past experiences contributing down the road in one’s life has very diverse point of views. To those who believe the process of elimination, history is always a source that they learn and pick up things that know they shouldn’t do in the future. In my case, when I was in
teenages
being of the age 13 through 19
teenage
, I was a heavy smoker, at peak time, consuming staggering 3 packs a day,
as a result
after 10 years, I found there are multiple white spots that
precived
prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
preserved
perceived
as damaged area on my lungs showing in my X-Ray
scaning
the process of translating photographs into a digital form that can be recognized by a computer
scanning
.
From
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Since
that day of my lesson learned, I stopped smoking ever since. Some people take a very
contrast
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contrasting
view from that,
which abstracting
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which, abstracting
patterns from the past is an option failure by
defult
loss due to not showing up
default
. The world well-know investor Jim Roger once said:” Anything you know that’s true today is going to change tomorrow.”
In other words
, implementing the old knowledge to interact in a
consitant
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constantly
constant
consistent
changing
envirenment
the totality of surrounding conditions
environment
environments
is
arragont
having or showing feelings of unwarranted importance out of overbearing pride
arrogant
urgent
and surly wrong. In my opinion, I think he is right to a point where the surroundings of our lives are not as the same as in the past,
therefore
, we should be
awear
(sometimes followed by 'of') having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception
aware
over
if what we learn from the past is going to rely heavily on the outside conditions of the future,
then
, what we learn may not gain
us
to the same degree (often followed by 'as')
as
much help. In conclusion, people have diverse point of views on the effectiveness of learning from the past.
However
, one can argue that’s good because a heavy smoker had learned to
quite
put an end to a state or an activity
quit
smoking. One can say that the
envirenemnt
the totality of surrounding conditions
environment
in the past
will not be
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was not
wasn't
the same as the future. My opinion is to be aware of the setup of the past
envirenment
the totality of surrounding conditions
environment
.
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