Born Dutch Chinese by origin, I enjoy inspirational proverbs in any language. One of my favorites contains Chinese ancient timeless wisdom in learning.
bó xué zhī，shěn wèn zhī，shèn sī zhī，míng biàn zhī，dǔ xíng zhī。 《lǐ jì · zhōng yōng》
To learn [from a variety of places], To ask [until you satisfy your desire to learn], To reflect [meticulously], To distinguish [clearly between truth and lies], To manifest [that which you have learnt].
These five stages represent the various places in learning, not unlike that of Bloom’s taxonomy, who advocated an hierarchy of learning in this order: Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Evaluation, Synthesis.