Can you tell the difference between all three? Does it even matter which is which? As long as you can get off the floor and take to the skies, does it matter if you are flying, gliding, or soaring?
When you hear the word onomatopoeia, what comes to your mind? It is still funny to me the way we attach memories to places, people, smells, and in my weird case, the word onomatopoeia.
It is like wanting to touch the fire because you don’t trust other’s account of how hot it is. Or trying to taste every food to know which is sweet and which is not. At the end of the day, you would eventually learn your lessons, but how long will it take? More importantly, what…
The problem with experience though? It often held us back. We remember things from our past, we see patterns playing out before us, and we have to react.