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~Adlai Stevenson, quoted in Ronald D.
~Olin Miller (1893–1981)
In writing, working hard means either sticking with something and revising it until it's done, no matter how excruciating, or setting it aside for a few years until you've matured enough to do the revising.
PhilosophyDaniel Drolet, reporting on (via ), quotes Jeff Noonan,
The students who learned the math abstractly did well with figuring out the rules of the game. Those who had learned through examples using measuring cups or tennis balls performed little better than might be expected if they were simply guessing. Students who were presented the abstract symbols after the concrete examples did better than those who learned only through cups or balls, but not as well as those who learned only the abstract symbols.