A candid discussion of Lessons Learned in Life

Approved Scholarships and Grants, and Educational Courses

Lesson Learned in Life to Lessons Learned in Life Publishers

One lesson in life that we would like to convey to Lessons Learned in Life Publishers is to follow your own Lessons Learned in Life advice! Certainly, a Lesson Learned in Life publisher should never appear to be a goal-wrecker, or censor, and/or a person that seem to be intent on depriving, denying, and avoiding important information about scholarships, grants, and financial-aid be discussed, and exposed. Lessons Learned In Life is a suspect in censorship.

It is also very important that a Lessons Learned in Life Publisher should not appear to be intent on preventing and censoring legitimate avenues of scholarship discussion, such as LIKING a scholarship comment, or LIKING a scholarship page, or WRITING resourceful scholarship content, about scholarships, grants, and financial-aid be discussed, and exposed.

Lesson Learned in Life Creator Brigitte Nicole

According to the overview of their Facebook page, Lessons Learned In Life creator Brigitte Nicole claims the following: “All of life’s lessons you have been through is only a preparation for what is about to happen in your life. If the experience brings you joy, much wisdom has prepared you for this journey. If it brings you sorrow, remember lessons will keep striking you at your weakest point because that’s what needs most strengthening.”

Lessons Learned In Life creator Brigitte Nicole also makes this explicit Disclaimer: “I do not generate income from this page”. That is fine, and well for Canadian citizens like Ms. Nicole who may opt to receive Canadian government welfare assistance for her everyday needs, but most American men and women have to actually produce income, get a job, or seek scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. America is a capitalist country, and not a welfare state like Canada.

The Lessons Learned In Life creator made this statement in response to our volunteers asking questions or posting comments upon the Lessons Learned In Life page, “please stop spamming my page. It’s a quote page.”

Ok Brigitte, we got the message honey. Our Lesson in Life question is: Did you ask your boyfriend or husband or any woman friends for his/their advice before you got angry? Most likely not. However, spam and posting a question are two different things. Your Facebook page of Lessons Learned In Life was found entirely by accident, and not by design. Our records indicate that Lessons Learned In Life does not even have its own domain.

Our Lessons Learned In Life example for the creator of the Lessons Learned In Life page is that the year is 2013, not 1913. Every business or organization, or cause needs a website! Wow! Imagine a purported business man giving “business advice” if he/she does not even operate or own any business!!

Upon further observation, there are several Lessons Learned In Life Facebook and Pinterest pages. No one really knows who created the first one. Certainly, there are a lot of people, including Brigitte Nicole, who need to learn this simple Lesson In Life: When a person creates any sort of social media channel like Facebook, Myspace, or Google-Plus, you are opening the door to the public to comment upon, like, follow, dislike, or engage your page in ways you may not disagree with. If you are too thin-skinned a person to handle basic discourse, or harmless acts and passive acts, then FaceBook and other social media channels is not a proper medium for your expressions. Grab a friend and chat about your Lesson In Life at the local Starbucks, but don’t get yourself twisted with Facebook.

By the way, this Lessons Learned In Life article is hosted on an official website owned by a private company. Facebook is a fine company, but Facebook is free. Facebook cannot delete, block, alter, or control this comment. Another Lessons Learned In Life example for the creator of the Lessons Learned In Life page is that very few, if anything of value, is FREE.

Lessons Learned in Life



Scholarship Bob

About Scholarship Bob

An NAAS Administrator for 3 years. I joined National Academy of American Scholars straight from College. I am not a paid employee. I am a volunteer.

Leave a comment