Five Card Story: Plato: A mentor and adviser.

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Based on Second book of Plato, The Republic, there is a part where Socrates and Adeimantus are confuse on what they're going to teach first to their students, if it is Music or Gymnastic. Then, they decided to teach Music first to their students. After that, they have a lot of plans to do before they start teaching music to the children but they are really confuse on what they are going to teach first between boys and girls, and if they are gonna teach literature. After a while, Plato said that, "Beginning is the most important part of the work". They have a lot plans but they didn't start anything. They spend too much time in planning on what they are going to do. It is just like a seed, if we didn't plant it to a good soil, it will not grow and just like a sprout, if we didn't water it, it will not grow. Plato was just telling us that we should lay our foundation right now on doing something.

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