A quotation might make the meaning more wholesome:
From Philosopher and Logician Bertrand Russell:"When one admits that nothing is certain one must, I think, also add that some things are more nearly certain than others". (Am I An Atheist Or An Agnostic?, 1947).
The way I look at it, matters are either more or less uncertain/certain. I pointed to the students of probability study, that is why confidence level matters. My question was, can we be hundred percent confident in any situation?
Or I could have started with Albert Einstein quotation. But let's move on: today, I have embedded a video clip taken out of CNN clip . Ignore the political flavour and focus on the objective discussions by two educationists, Angela Duckworth and John Kely. Angela Duckworth has written a book titled 'Grit', she is the Psychology Professor at University of Pennsylvania and John Kely is a thinker, educator in School Psychology. The discussion centres around Coronavirus Crisis.
My next topic will be closer to my personal experience on Online Teaching during the lock-down in New Zealand. Stay tuned!