Some Quotes from Mao's Little Red Book
Chapter 33 --- Study
In transforming a backward agricultural China into an advanced industrial
country, we are confronted with arduous tasks and our experience is far from
adequate. So we must be good at learning.
We can learn what we did not know. We are not only good at destroying the old world, we are also good at building the new. Complacency is the enemy of study. We cannot really learn anything until we rid ourselves of complacency. Our attitude towards ourselves should be "to be insatiable in learning" and towards others " to be tireless in teaching."⇦ Back to Chapter 32 Return to Chairman Mao Quotes On to Chapter 1 ⇨