Things You Learned from your Mother/Father.

<p>Add on to the list as we go.</p>

<ol>
<li>If you feel like charitable giving, give a homeless person food instead of money. That way he can't buy alcohol.</li>
<li>It's all right to swear at <em>#@$</em>*#@#$#@ing idiots. :D</li>
</ol>

<p>I disagree with both of the statements you have learned.</p>

<p>In fact, you have learned many things without the aid of your parents.</p>

<ol>
<li>If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life. </li>
<li>If you have a 4.0 GPA, but have no social life and are miserable, it's not worth it.</li>
</ol>

<p>^ I disagree with statement 5.</p>

<p>^ Then I feel sorry for you.</p>

<p>Why do you feel sorry for me?</p>

<p>^ You put a fleeting thing like grades above friendship.</p>

<p>Since when have I said that the statement was related to me? Do not make assumptions.</p>

<p>To get things completed first-hands, and not to procrasinate on my school assignments. Guess I'm going to have to restart my records in college and erase my history of underachievement.</p>

<p>You cannot physically erase time.</p>

<p>You can alternate its usage though.</p>

<p>Does the concept of learning from the past to predict the future hold any validity?</p>

<p>Ah.. I was just making an abstract allusion. But yeah I guess so.. lol.
I'll def. be one of those kids who'll work harder to pay off in a new place.</p>

<p>@Wartsandall. In some cases. However, it is relative to the event, position, and time.</p>

<p>Work is force times the distance. Therefore, it is impossible to do no work.</p>

<p>I think that the concept is relevant to the aspects oriented around work. Work is generally associated with unpleasurable hard labor, something that isn't looked upon fondly. If an individual engages in a profession that intrigues them though, then the concept of "work" is no longer looked upon negatively, but rather preferably.</p>

<p>I love all my jobs :)</p>

<p>@Wartsandall. There must be a time where the "love" is relatively low (the lowest point) which, therefore, makes it unlovable. In that case, it is work according your philosophy.</p>

<p>Love or admiration is an attraction. It's a sentimental expression portrayed amongst individuals. If there is even a small amount of attraction towards a certain object, career, or individual, than that attraction is looked upon preferably, regardless of how "low" it may be. That does not mean that there is no attraction though, so I'm not sure what you're trying to convey.</p>

<p>Please refer to this graph and its labels.
URL: <a href="http://www.math.hmc.edu/calculus/tutorials/extrema/gif/extrema.gif%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.math.hmc.edu/calculus/tutorials/extrema/gif/extrema.gif&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>Relatively, it is not loved.</p>