6115. Failure may be the best learning opportunity that's missed. JG
The dunce dance
The dictionary defines someone who is stupid and slow at learning as a dunce. It's said the term was first applied to followers of John Duns Scotus, a 16th-century humanist. But I think many will apply for that "honor" before the day is over. That being said, it's not kind to laugh at anyone—except someone trying get laughs. I would be surprised to learn nothing get more hits on social media as seeing a dunce in action not trying to get laughs. I hope people will laugh with me while not laughing at me.
Thank You, God, for teaching me Your word via anything and everything.
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