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"When people say ‘I hate math’ what you’re really saying is, ‘I hate the way mathematics was taught to me.’ Imagine an art class, in which, they teach you only how to paint a fence or wall, but never show you the paintings of the great masters. Then, of course, years later you would say, ‘I hate art.’ What you would really be saying is ‘I hate painting the fence.’ And so it is with math. When people say ‘I hate math’ what they are really saying is ‘I hate painting the fence.’”

UC Berkeley math professor Edward Frenkel (via we-are-star-stuff)

i hate math

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trust:

how do people even motivate themselves to do homework i want to know

galacticdad:

i can`t go to school mom the blankets have accepted me as one of their own if i leave now i might lose their trust.

"I am excited to see a generation of women who will raise their boys to be good rather than their girls to be scared.”
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