Many argue that doing an activity that requires real-time movement and thinking, is way more important than activities
as reading in developing our
skills. I think both of these methods are equally important. As we grow up, we might want to experience the world and make up our own
, one cannot experience every fact in his own
, needs other experiences, commonly conveyed through books, to be able to grind.
' way of
is through being actively engaged in every situation. We have a variety of senses
as vision and olfactory.
, the memories in which we incorporate multiple senses, are the ones we learn more from. So, the more extensively we engage with an activity, the more senses get involved and
, the better we remember.
, research has
that the best chefs
are the ones who have a great sense of smell and
an intact vision
so, they can evaluate their food from more aspects and cook better.
learn easier and better when they use all of their energy and feel the task they are doing and
has been a part of our lives since the beginning of our history.
On the other hand
, we can't know everything necessary unless we use other people's science and discoveries.
have paved their path with uncountable inventions and discoveries they've made.
not everybody can take the most out of any book, one cannot give up on the wisdom and the knowledge hidden in every book or instruction.
, a great chef needs to know the instructions and because there are so many ingredients in the world, one can not find the right amount of every single item using
and error method
, the instructions are always needed.
are capable of discovering and learning directly, we can gain a lot of knowledge by just reading books of
some people think that only active engagement with your environment is beneficial to your future
, it is an impossible task to master the skills of
without using both of your own experience
and others' experiences, together.