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As a well known proverb put never too old to learn it is necessary for us all to learn ceaselessly throughout our lifetime Recent days there are many debates that from which means -- knowledge in books or direct experience -- we learn much richer and broader As far as I concern it is a case to case issue in ones learning process In some aspects people may learn much richer and broader knowledge from books than direct experience while it is the reverse case in other aspects First books or direct experience may play different roles when people of different age are engaged in learning When teenagers begin to get their education for example they dont have much experience on anything including pure ideas concepts abstract social skills and so on they are just like a piece of blank paper to be drawn a barren land to be cultivated Thus at this moment it is no doubt that books provide more abundant and luxuriant knowledge for them to begin with their knowledge mansions construction Nevertheless to adults old educated people in particular who already have a large amount of books knowledge and varieties of life experience as well their profuse experience is a much more voluminous database which they are more likely to turn for when they meet a particular problem And they may usually find a more effective way out to the problem than they turn for pure theories in books -- obviously only knowing theory is far from solving a practical problem In short knowledge in books is more useful for young people to systematically learning in the first period but as their knowledge accumulating and experience increasing the both are mostly combined together and form their special knowledge -- experience which may be more effective for them to unravel a complex knot Meanwhile except for considering the age of people or different learning process disparate disciplines or fields is
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