What a bull said: why I wish I had bunked classes
We often mistake education for schooling. We miss a great deal of lessons by fixating the concept of education with the schools, colleges, and universities. The source of knowledge is boundless and the school is simply one among many. There are knowledge, skills, values, and lessons wild and free.
This book is primarily based on a story my illiterate father told me about a bull and an ox. The close cousins differ greatly in their principles at work, which are enlightening for us. Success takes some combination of the principles of these two animals. Besides, the book contains anecdotes, folktales, and words of wisdom from the age-old traditions and beliefs. The book can be described as ‘Local Wisdom’.