Just as I completed reading this book - "The Pleasure of Finding Things Out - The Best Short Works of Richard Feynman" I went on to reflect on some of the learnings I have had in my life and how I could improve having read it. The book was extremely interesting, in that I didnt feel like leaving it unfinished once I had taken it up.
Having worked in the field of education, it was extremely relevant - expecially the sections where Feynman discusses his thought about how science needs to be taught and how his initial foundation was set up by this father at an early age towards becoming a scientist. The thought kind of reflected some of the methods I have been pondering about over the last few months and possibly the reflection of these thoughts as I read through the book was something that might have biased further.
Some of the sections of the book were a repetition for me having read the book - "Surely you must be Joking Mr Feynman" - blogged earlier.
I loved reading this book and guess you too would enjoy reading this book where one of the greatest scientists of the recent past shares his thought on a variety of things from education to science to philosophy and religion. I would suggest this is a must read for all those people who would like to hear someone really engaging.